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CORNELL UNIVERSITY 




MEDICAL COLLEGE 



CATALOG 



1992-93 



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Cornell University 
Medical College 



1992-1993 



1300 YORK AVENUE 

NEW YORK, NY 10021 

Office of Admissions (212) 746-1067 

Office of Academic Affairs (212) 746-1050 

Office of the Dean (212) 746-6005 



The courses and curricula described in this 
Announcement, and the teaching personnel 
listed herein, are as of July 1, 1992 and are 
subject to change at any time by official 
action of Cornell University. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



The Medical College 5 

Purpose 5 

History 5 

Location 6 

Facilities for Instruction 7 

Libraries 7 

The Education Center 8 

Hospital Affiliations 8 

Admissions 13 

Requirements 13 

Application 14 

Selection 14 

Early Decision Program 14 

Advanced Standing 15 

Summer Fellowship Program for Minority 

Premedical Students 15 

Tuition and Fees 15 

Student Financial Aid 16 

Scholarships and Loan Funds 17 

Educational Programs and Policies 27 

Curriculum Overview 27 

Required and Elective Courses 28 

Interdisciplinary Courses 29 

Academic Calendar 31 

Class Schedules 34 

Special Programs 41 

Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program 41 

Research Opportunities 41 

MD with Honors in Research 41 

Cornell Scholars 42 

Educational Policies 42 

Advancement and Graduation 42 

Qualifications 42 

Dismissal 43 

Graduation 43 

Medical Licensing 44 

Code of Professional Conduct 44 

Exemption Policy 44 

Visiting and Auditing Students 44 

Prizes and Awards 44 

Academic Departments and Course 

Offerings 50 

Anesthesiology 50 

Biochemistry 51 



Cell Biology and Anatomy 52 

Medicine 54 

Microbiology 59 

Neurology and Neuroscience 60 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 61 

Ophthalmology 63 

Otorhinolaryngology 64 

Pathology 64 

Pediatrics 66 

Pharmacology 68 

Physiology and Biophysics 69 

Psychiatry 70 

Public Health 73 

Radiology 75 

Surgery 77 

Student Life 81 

Housing 81 

Health Care 81 

Student Health Service 81 

Health Insurance 82 

Long Term Disability Insurance 82 

Student Organizations and Societies 82 

Register of Students 84 

Postgraduate Residency Appointments, 

Class of 1992 88 

Administration 91 

Cornell University 91 

The New York Hospital - Cornell Medical 

Center Joint Board 91 

Cornell University Medical College 91 

Board of Overseers 92 

Executive Faculty Council 92 

General Faculty Council 92 

Standing Committees 93 

Alumni Association 96 

Named Professorships and Administrative 
Positions 97 

Faculty of the Medical College 102 

Index 220 

Aerial View of the Medical Center 222 




The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center viewed from The Rockefeller University, looking North from 
66th Street. The Memorial Sloati- Kettering Cancer Center may be seen on the left, the East River on the right. 



The Medical College 



Purpose 

Scientific study integrated with patient care is the 
core of medical education at Cornell University 
Medical College. The Medical College seeks excel- 
lence in its students, and expects those studying 
here today to emerge tomorrow as leaders in the 
field of medicine. To cultivate leadership potential. 
Cornell strives to stimulate creativity and foster in- 
dependent thought and study. At Cornell, research 
and the advancement of medical knowledge are not 
only ends in themselves, hut are integrated in a vi- 
sion of the scientific basis of a thorough medical 
education. To promote the development of true so- 
cial commitment, the Medical College exposes stu- 
dents to real-life responsibilities in a variety of 
practice settings, with the constant goal of optimal 
patient care. 

Medical education at Cornell aims at development 
of individuals who not only recognize and are dedi- 
cated to the highest quality patient care, but also 
understand their responsibility for contributions 
through personal scholarship. An unusually large 
number of medical leaders over the years have 
emerged from Cornell University Medical College. 

Central to its educational mission is the Medical 
College's role within a premier academic medical 
center. The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
Center, consisting of The New York Hospital, 
Cornell University Medical College and the Gradu- 
ate School of Medical Sciences, is an academic 
medical center committed to excellence in patient 
care, teaching, research, and the advancement of 
the art and science of medicine. Its geographic 
proximity to The Rockefeller University, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and the Hospital for 
Special Surgery creates a national resource for 
medical and scientific leadership. 

History 

An abiding focus on the science behind medical 
knowledge and techniques has been central at 
Cornell since the school's establishment in 1898. 
Cornell University president Jacob Gould Schurman, 
in his address at the Medical College's opening cer- 
emonies, set the tone for the decades to come. 
"What is needed for the training of physicians and 
surgeons today?" asked Schurman. "I answer, first, 
science; secondly, science; thirdly, science." Deliv- 
ered with a missionary's fervor 90 years ago, these 
words remain notable not simply for the way they 



continue to affirm the emphasis placed by Medical 
College faculty on the scientific basis of medical 
training, but as an indication of how far the field 
has traveled in the last century, and how great a 
part Cornell University Medical College has played 
in that development 

In 1898, the field of medicine was only beginning 
to stress a scientific foundation, and most medical 
schools in the United States were just starting to re- 
semble medical schools as we know them today. 
Through most of the 19th century, many medical 
schools had lower entrance requirements than those 
of a good high school. Once admitted, a medical 
school student was taught by lecture exclusively, 
and had only to sit through two four-month terms 
before being given, automatically, an M.D. degree. 
Few medical students ever touched a patient or had 
any clinical experience prior to graduation. 

The founding of Cornell University Medical College 
coincided with a period of momentous change and 
strengthening of medical education in this country. 
Established and generously endowed through the 
gifts of Colonel Oliver H. Payne, Cornell University 
Medical College quickly became a national leader in 
medical instruction. One of Colonel Payne's re- 
quirements was that the Medical College be a uni- 
versity medical school. Admitting men and women 
from the outset, Cornell was also one of the 
country's first coeducational medical schools. 

Cornell's original faculty, highly regarded as both 
scientists and teachers, recognized a broad liberal 
education as a prerequisite to a successful medical 
education. 

Although Cornell University was founded and con- 
tinues to flourish in Ithaca, New York, the 
University's Medical College was established in New 
York City to provide its students with opportunities 
for clinical learning and laboratory-oriented instruc- 
tion that were practically unheard of at the time. 
This clinical focus remains central to the Cornell ex- 
perience. 

As the scientific pursuit of medicine gained promi- 
nence, a new kind of institution arose — the part- 
nership of university and hospital in an academic 
medical center. The Medical College and The New 
York Hospital first signed a limited affiliation agree 
ment in 1913; formal affiliation in 1927 joined the 
facilities of the two institutions. I Iospital and col- 
lege were brought to one location in 1932 with the 



6 Location 



opening of The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
Center, physically confirming the fundamental inte- 
gration underpinning the academic medical center 
and its triple mission of education, research, and 
patient care. 

Now at the heart of a world-renowned center of 
medical education, biomedical research, and health 
care, the Medical College remains committed to the 
advancement of medical knowledge through work 
done by faculty and students alike. As a pioneer in 
the early 1950's in developing the concept of com- 
prehensive care for patients as well, Cornell investi- 
gated and refined the effective matching of patient 
needs with medical and community resources, 
through its Comprehensive Care and Teaching Pro- 
gram. While the formal program ended in the 
1960s, the precepts of comprehensive patient care 
learned from the undertaking continue to be ap- 
plied today routinely. 

Location 

Located in New York City, Cornell University Medi- 
cal College is based in one of the world's foremost 
centers of medicine and biomedical research. The 
College itself, situated along York Avenue on 
Manhattan's attractive upper east side, is part of one 



of the country's most prestigious biomedical re- 
search complexes. In addition to The New York 
Hospital, this complex includes two clinical affili- 
ates: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and 
The Hospital for Special Surgery, private institutions 
established in contiguity to promote collaboration 
and integration of programs in the fields of educa- 
tion, research, and patient care, in addition to The 
Rockefeller University. 

The Rockefeller University is a graduate university 
housing a total of 150 students, some of whom are 
w orking for an MD-PhD degree which is given in 
concert with Cornell University Medical College. 
The neighboring institutions share resources, such 
as library privileges, lectures and concert series. 

The Medical College classrooms, laboratories, re- 
search facilities, department offices, and student 
housing are all within three blocks of one another, 
between 68th and 70th Streets. In addition, the re- 
cently completed William and Mildred Lasdon Bio- 
medical Research Center is located between 68th 
and 69th Streets. Included within the $51 million 
Research Center is the Biomedical Information Cen- 
ter, which combines the existing Samuel J. Wood Li- 
brary with state-of-the-art computer and information 
resources. 




The Medical College buildings along York Avenue 



Facilities For Instruction 



Instruction in the basic medical sciences is con- 
ducted in a series of joined buildings, identified by 
the letters A through E, along York Avenue from 
Sixty-eighth to Seventieth Streets. The entrance to 
the Medical College, at 1300 York Avenue, brings 
you to The Samuel J. Wood Library, and the Uris 
Auditorium. 

Libraries 

Composed of the Samuel J. Wood Library and the 
C. V. Starr Biomedical Information Center, the 
Cornell Medical Library is the principal information 
resource of the Medical College. The Library man- 
ages information that is used for the improvement 
of health care, health professional education, and 
biomedical research. Its mission is achieved 
through the collection, organization, and preserva- 
tion of information; providing access to information; 
providing education and consultation in how to ac- 
cess and make use of information; and conducting 
research and developing information products and 




The Medical College Library as seen through a 
window on York Avenue Photo. Paul-Warchol 



services. The Library is open 108 hours a week to 
students, faculty, and staff of the New York Hospi- 
tal-Cornell Medical Center. 

One of the country's first fully-automated health sci- 
ences libraries, Cornell Medical Library provides ac- 
cess to its services by means of computer terminals 
located throughout the Library, on the Medical Cen- 
ter network, and by dialing in via modem. The 
Library's online network, Vital Signs, alerts users to 
new services and procedures, displays general in- 
formation and news about the Library, and provides 
online forms to request interlibrary loans, photo- 
copies, additions to the collection, answers to spe- 
cific questions, and more complex bibliographic- 
searches to be prepared by Library staff. On the 
Library's online network, users can also determine 
which books, journals, and media are available, and 
perform simple bibliographic searches of the cur- 
rent journal literature on the miniMEDLINE data- 
base. 

The Library has ready access to the resources of 
New York City's major health sciences libraries, as 
well as other libraries throughout the country and 
the world. Any materials needed by Cornell stu- 
dents, staff or faculty may be requested through the 
Interlibrary Services Department. 

The Media Center The Media Center of the Library 
includes audiovisual and microcomputer facilities. 
Audiovisual packages and equipment may be 
checked out for use inside the Library or for class- 
room use. Macintosh and IBM computers plus soft- 
ware are available. Instruction in use of this 
hardware and software as well as instruction in the 
retrieval and management of information is pro- 
vided. Laser printing, typing, and photocopying fa- 
cilities are also provided. Rooms may be reserved 
for meetings, classes, conferences, and for viewing 
audiovisuals. Unreserved study rooms are located 
on the lower level for informal use by small groups. 

Several departments of the Medical College also 
have libraries housing journals and books pertain- 
ing to specific areas. These collections supplement 
the holdings of the main library. The Department 
of Psychiatry Library, consisting of libraries at the 
Payne Whitney Clinic and at the Westchester Divi- 
sion of The New York Hospital located in White 
Plains, offers a comprehensive collection of vol- 
umes in the behavioral sciences. The Library is part 
of the automated Cornell Library Network and in- 
cludes end-user searching of CD-ROM databases in 
psychiatry and psychology. 



8 Libraries 



The Medical Archives The Medical Archives of the 
New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center occupies 
the entire 25th floor. The Archives collects, orga- 
nizes, preserves, and makes available the official 
papers of the Medical Center and its antecedent in- 
stitutions. The collection represents a continuous 
record of medical care and research since 1771. It 
includes personal papers, photographs, antique in- 
struments, and apparatuses developed at the Medi- 
cal Center. The resources of the Archives provide 
answers to administrative, legal, and fiscal ques- 
tions, as well as general historical information about 
the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. 

The Education Center 

Most of the instruction during the first two years 
takes place in The Education Center, which consists 
of six teaching laboratories and two adjacent lecture 
halls, C-215 and A-250, all located on the second 
floor of the Medical College. An additional lecture 
hall. A-950, is located on the ninth floor. The Edu- 
cation Center provides teaching resources that in- 
clude many innovative computer-based programs 
illustrated with high resolution digital images. Edu- 



cational software is being used in all four years of 
the curriculum. 

Each of six networked laboratory classrooms in the 
Center is equipped with five Macintosh Quadra 
computers with 21" monitors and a ceiling mounted 
video projector permitting small group, computer- 
assisted teaching. Access to the computer-teaching 
labs is possible 24 hours a day. Students use micro- 
scopes and computer software concurrently. Addi- 
tional computer work stations are located in 
residential areas (Olin Hall and Lasdon House) and 
in the library. 

Hospital Affiliations 

In order to provide its students with a broad experi- 
ence in patient care, Cornell University Medical Col- 
lege is affiliated with a number of teaching hospitals 
that provide primary, secondary, and tertiary care to 
the Greater New York community and residents of 
New York State. Many of the affiliated institutions 
are world-renowned leaders in their fields, and pro- 
vide specialized care to patients from other states 
and countries. 




The New York Hospital as seen from the Hast River 



Affiliations 9 



The New York Hospital 

Founded in 1771 under a charter granted by King 
George III of England, The New York Hospital was 
the first hospital in the city and the second in the 
country. Originally built downtown, the hospital 
has been located adjacent to the Medical College 
since 1932. A nonprofit, voluntary institution main- 
tained by The Society of the New York Hospital, it 
has cared for more than five million patients since 
its founding. Three hospitals have merged with 
The New York Hospital over the years: The Lying- 
in Hospital, the Manhattan Maternity and Dispen- 
sary, and the New York Nursery and Child's 
Hospital. 

The New York Hospital was the first hospital in the 
United States to care for the mentally ill. Today, 
mental and emotional illnesses are treated at the 
Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic, an integral part of 
The New York Hospital complex, and the 
Westchester Division of The New York Hospital, in 
White Plains, New York. 

Since 1927, the hospital has been integrated with 
Cornell University Medical College through the es- 
tablishment of The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center. The agreement joined the facilities 
of the two institutions and provided for cooperation 
in the advancement of patient care, medical educa- 
tion, and scientific research. 

There are 1,046 beds in The New York Hospital, 
and an additional 322 beds in the Westchester divi- 
sion. Clinical instruction is given in ten clinical de- 
partments that include many divisions or 
subspecialties. There are more than 30 residency 
training programs offered for a total of 520 resi- 
dency positions. The chairman of each department 
is responsible for the care of the patients and the 
conduct of the professional services in the hospital, 
and is also the professor in charge of the corre- 
sponding department in the Medical College. Every 
clinical department is staffed by salaried faculty 
members, including the chairman, who devote their 
full time to the service of the College and the Hos- 
pital. Other members of the faculty devote part of 
their time to private practices. 

The Hospital for Special Surgery 

The Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), founded in 
1863 by the New York Society for the Relief of the 
Ruptured and Crippled, was the first institution in 
the United States dedicated to the treatment of or- 
thopedic conditions and today is a leader in the 
fields of orthopedics, rheumatology and sports 
medicine. Affiliation with The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center began in 1949, the same 
year the hospital moved to its present location at 
535 East 70th Street. A major modernization effort 
at the hospital is currently underway. 

The 192-bed hospital cares for more than 6,000 in- 
patients a year, and receives over 85,000 outpatient 



visits annually to HSS physicians and in more than 
30 subspecialty clinics. It performs 25% of all joint 
replacement surgery in New York City. Thirty-two 
residents are trained in its four-year program in or- 
thopedic surgery, while an additional 8 to 10 clini- 
cal fellows receive training in advanced programs in 
rheumatic diseases and orthopedic subspecialities. 
The hospital also maintains the School of Practical 
Nursing. 

In addition to patient care and medical education, 
the hospital's research division investigates the 
causes and prevention of orthopedic and rheumatic 
diseases, and develops improved treatment of these 
diseases. 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is the 
world's oldest and largest privately operated center 
devoted to patient care, research, and education in 
cancer. The prototype of the National Cancer Insti- 
tute - designated comprehensive cancer centers, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering has two operating organi- 
zations: Memorial Hospital, which provides 565 
beds for inpatient care, newly expanded outpatient 
services, an extensive array of specialized and sup- 
port services, and a broad program of clinical re- 
search; and the Sloan-Kettering Institute, with over 
80 laboratories dedicated to cancer-related biomedi- 
cal investigation. 

Programs of basic and clinical research at Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering aim to advance the understanding 
of the nature and the fundamental causes of cancer, 




Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center 



10 Affiliations 



and to improve the means for prevention, diagno- 
sis, and treatment. Research at the Sloan-Kettering 
Institute is organized into five major areas: Molecu- 
lar Biology; Cell Biology and Genetics; Cellular Bio- 
chemistry and Biophysics; Immunology; and 
Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Clinical 
research programs are conducted under the aus- 
pices of the individual departments of Memorial 
Hospital. The close collaboration between the 
Center's scientists and clinicians facilitates the rapid 
translation of results from the laboratory to the 
patient's bedside. 

Originally established in 1884, Memorial Hospital 
has been affiliated with Cornell University Medical 
College since 1914. Many staff members of Memo- 
rial Hospital and Sloan-Kettering Institute hold fac- 
ulty appointments either in the Medical College or 
in the Graduate School of Medical Sciences, which 
offers doctoral degree programs through the Sloan- 
Kettering Division. The Center is a major resource 
for the Medical College, offering students clinical in- 
struction and research opportunities. Center facili- 
ties provide unparalleled instruction in the 
pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of neoplastic 
disease. 



North Shore University Hospital 

North Shore University Hospital-Cornell University 
Medical College consists of a 720-bed voluntary, ter- 
tiary-care hospital, plus a 250-bed Center for Ex- 
tended Care and Rehabilitation, a free standing 
Ambulatory Surgery Center, and a facility devoted 
to Biomedical Science Research, all situated on a 
57-acre campus in Manhasset, Long Island, 20 miles 
from the Medical College. A 265-bed, primary/sec- 
ondary care hospital in Glen Cove, 10 miles to the 
north of the main campus, is also part of the medi- 
cal network. North Shore-Cornell serves the popu- 
lous counties of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens, as 
well as the entire tri-state area in many specialties. 

The medical center s newest structure is the 10-story 
Don Monti Memorial Pavilion, which houses addi- 
tional and replacement inpatient facilities and is pri- 
marily devoted to the care of cancer patients. A 
medical ambulatory care pavilion is now being 
planned. Housing for graduate staff and medical 
students is available on the main campus. 

Clinical instruction is provided in medicine, neurol- 
ogy, surgery, radiology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, 
pathology, psychiatry, dentistry, anesthesiology, and 
obstetrics-gynecology to students at the second-, 
third-, and fourth-year levels. Over 300 residency 
training positions are offered in nearly all disci- 




Nortb Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Long Island, NY 



Affiliations 11 



plines. All members of the professional staff of the 
hospital hold appointments on the faculty of the 
Medical College and participate in its teaching pro- 
grams In addition, each clinical service has a staff 
of full-time and voluntary faculty members involved 
in research, teaching, and clinical activities. 

Education is also enhanced through affiliations in 
many specialties with several local hospitals where 
community-oriented programs provide important 
experience for students in the Medical College. 
Outreach programs with local colleges and commu- 
nity agencies provide further opportunities for 
study. 

The hospital opened in 1953 and became formally 
affiliated with the Medical College in 1969. In 1988, 
the title North Shore University Hospital-Cornell 
University Medical College was adopted to reflect 
the close cooperation between the two institutions. 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabilitation 
Hospital 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabilitation Hospi- 
tal, founded in 1915 by John Masterson Burke as a 
tribute to the memory of his mother, has been affili- 
ated with The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
Center since 1968. 

With its 150 inpatient beds and a large outpatient 
service. Burke offers a multidisciplinary approach to 
physical rehabilitation, providing diagnostic, evalua- 




Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabilitation Hospital in 
White Plains, NY 



tive, and treatment services to those in need of re- 
habilitative care. The primary objective is to restore 
the maximum level of functioning possible follow- 
ing a disabling illness or injury. 

The Burke Hospital's comprehensive program in- 
cludes services of physicians trained in rehabilita- 
tion, neurology, cardiology, rheumatology, 
pulmonary disease, and internal medicine as well as 
physical, occupational and speech therapists and re- 
habilitation nurses. Among the research and study 
programs being conducted at the Burke Hospital 
are: a research program investigating dementia and 
allied diseases of the nervous system, research into 
Parkinson's and pulmonary diseases, and molecular 
neurobiology research. 

Will Rogers Institute In 1977, the Will Rogers Me- 
morial Fund joined with the Winifred Masterson 
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and The New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center to form a joint pro- 
gram called the Will Rogers Institute. The institute 
provides health education for the general public 
through the communications media, and promotes 
basic and clinical research in pulmonary disease 
through the establishment of the Will Rogers Profes- 
sorship in Pulmonary Medicine at the Burke Reha- 
bilitation Hospital, a Will Rogers Pulmonary fellow, 
and a Will Rogers fellow in the dementia research 
program. 

Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens 

The Catholic Medical Center operates four hospitals 
and two nursing homes — Mary Immaculate Hospi- 
tal in Jamaica, St. John's Queens Hospital in 
Elmhurst, St. Joseph's Hospital in Flushing, St. 
Mary's Hospital in Brooklyn, Monsignor James H. 
Fitzpatrick Pavilion for Skilled Nursing Care at the 
Mary Immaculate Hospital site and Holy Family 
Home in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn — more than 1,300 
beds in all. Two home care agencies constitute the 
largest hospital-based home care program in the 
state. The extensive Occupational Medicine Pro- 
gram provides services to large corporate clients in 
the metropolitan area. The Medical Center operates 
Schools of Nursing, Laboratory and Radiologic 
Technology and a School for Pathology Assistants. 
Cancer Research Laboratories in the St. Anthony's 
Center in Woodhaven, Queens, are also maintained. 
The Center is an educational site for training medi- 
cal students and housestaff, and provides tertiary 
care referrals to The New York Hospital. Cornell 
medical students participate in clerkships in Obstet- 
rics, Ambulatory Care and Pediatrics. 

Lenox Hill Hospital 

Lenox Hill Hospital is a 650-bed, acute care volun- 
tary institution. Lenox Hill became affiliated with 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in 
July, 1989 to provide a comprehensive range of 
medical services to the community and cooperative 



12 Affiliations 



planning programs in medical education and re- 
search. The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
Center has established a fully integrated residency 
program with Lenox Hill in Pediatrics, and a shared 
residency program in surgery. 

LaGuardia Hospital 

LaGuardia Hospital is a 304-bed. voluntary commu- 
nity hospital. The hospital is affiliated with the 
Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York, the 
largest and one of the oldest pre-paid group prac- 
tices on the East Coast, covering over 900,000 sub- 
scribers for their health care requirements. Since 
1978, LaGuardia Hospital has been affiliated with 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center for 
several integrated residency programs. In addition, 
some Cornell medical students rotate through 
LaGuardia Hospital during the required clerkship in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, and fourth-year elective 
experiences are offered through the Department of 
Medicine. LaGuardia Hospital draws on both its 
own full-time Chiefs of Service and medical staff 
and the Cornell faculty for hospital education pro- 
grams. 

New York Downtown Hospital 

New York Downtown Hospital established an his- 
toric clinical and patient care affiliation with The 
New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in 1991. 
This partnership has offered an infusion of medical 
expertise and a renewed commitment to the Lower 
Manhattan business and residential community 
served by New York Downtown Hospital. The hos- 



pital, formerly New York Infirmary-Beekman Down- 
town Hospital, was re-named in 1991 as New York 
Downtown Hospital. 

It is a hilly-accredited not-for-profit community 
teaching hospital of 300 beds providing services in 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology (1700 
deliveries) and pediatrics. An active emergency ser- 
vice, ambulance fleet, clinic and private ambulatory 
care programs support full-service patient activities. 
An enduring tradition of services for women and 
children began in 1853 when New York Infirmary 
was founded by Elizabeth Blackwell, the nation's 
first woman physician. 

The only hospital south of Houston Street, New 
York Downtown Hospital serves a multi-ethnic 
community equivalent in size to the tenth largest 
city in the United States. Daytime population ex- 
ceeds one million, including a large work force. 
New York Downtown Hospital is a vital health care 
resource to the neighborhoods of Chinatown, Little 
Italy. Lower East Side, the Bowery, SOHO, Tribeca, 
Battery Park City and the downtown financial dis- 
trict. 

St. Barnabas Hospital 

Established in 1866 in the South Central Bronx as a 
chronic disease facility. St. Barnabas Hospital has 
recently been converted to a modern 415-bed, acute 
care, voluntary institution. St. Barnabas became af- 
filiated with The New York Hospital-Cornell Medi- 
cal Center in 1982 to provide a comprehensive 
range of medical services to the community and to 
serve as an educational site for students. 



Admissions 



Requirements 

Tlif Committee on Admissions of Cornell University 
Medic al College seeks students capable of becom- 
ing future leaders in the field of medicine. Appli- 
cants must be thoroughly prepared in the sciences 
on the one hand and well versed in the liberal arts 
on the other. Science and non-science majors are 
equally considered. 

Although most applicants will have completed four 
years of college, possession of an undergraduate 
degree is not a requirement of candidates for the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine from Cornell Univer- 
sity. Candidates exhibiting exceptional educational 
and personal initiative and development may be se- 
riously considered for early admission to the study 
of medicine at Cornell. 

For admission, Cornell University 7 Medical College 
requires the satisfactory completion of at least six 
semester credit hours in each of the following sub- 
jects: English, physics, biology or zoology, general 
chemistry, and organic chemistry. Candidates must 



realize that a thorough basic training in scientific 
concepts and methods can only be acquired 
through rigorous laboratory experience; at least two 
terms of biological science beyond the introductory 
level, for instance, are recommended for non-sci- 
ence majors. 

Applicants, however, must not overlook the educa- 
tional value of study in the humanities and social 
sciences. In all cases, candidates planning premedi- 
cal work should pursue subjects that provide a 
broad foundation for medical study rather than at- 
tempt to anticipate courses required in the medical 
curriculum. 

As part of the selection process, the Committee on 
Admissions evaluates an applicant's current mastery 
of the contemporary subject matter relevant to be- 
ginning a medical education and, hence, prefers 
that the applicant satisfy the preceding requirements 
with recent course work and MCAT scores obtained 
within the past five years. Any questions concern- 




Frank //. T. Rhodes, President of Cornell University, with members of the Class of 1996 at Opening Exercises 
on August 26, 1992 



14 Application 



ing suitability of course work or MCAT scores taken 
previously should be directed to the Office of Ad- 
missions, (212) 746-1067. 

Application 

Application to Cornell University Medical College- 
must be made through the American Medical Col- 
lege Application Sen ice (AMCAS) - Suite 201, 2450 
N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037-1131. AMCAS 
is the sole distributor of application forms and in- 
structions, which can be obtained upon request. 

After Cornell receives the AMCAS application, addi- 
tional information will be requested and instructions 
will be given about the submission of letters of 
evaluation. Evaluation by a premedical advisory 
committee is preferred. If this is not available, the 
applicant may substitute two letters of evaluation 
from members of the undergraduate science faculty 
who are well acquainted with the student. 

A $55 application fee must accompany the supple- 
mentary application form. The fee may be waived 
for financial reasons for those applicants eligible for 
waivers of the AMCAS fee. 

When the Admissions Committee receives the 
supplementary information, the letters of evaluation, 
and the application fee, it will carefully review the 
completed application and select students for per- 
sonal interviews. Students invited for personal in- 
terviews will be those, among the large number of 
applicants, who will be most seriously considered 
for acceptance. 

The committee will notify applicants of its decision 
after March 1. Applicants who are accepted have 
two weeks following receipt of their letter of accep- 
tance to secure a place in the class by sending a 
$100 deposit. This deposit is deductible from the 
first tuition payment. 

Selection 

From an applicant pool of approximately 5,000, the 
Admissions Committee each year selects a class of 
one hundred and one students. Given such num- 
bers, the Medical College clearly receives applica- 
tions from many more candidates meeting the basic 
qualifications for the study of medicine than it can 
possibly accept. In addition to objective criteria, 
therefore, evaluation of applicants also involves 
subjective judgments including an assessment of 
student motivation, maturity, stability, and other fac- 
tors deemed by the faculty to be essential for the 
education of an effective and competent physician. 

To be seriously considered for admission, candi- 
dates must complete the required course work and 
demonstrate superior academic accomplishment at 
the undergraduate level. They also must be of 
good moral character and possess the requisite sen- 
sory, cognitive, motor, and organizational skills - in- 



cluding the ability to synthesize and apply knowl- 
edge - which are necessary to master the entire cur- 
riculum of the Medical College. 

Cornell attempts to maintain a heterogeneous stu- 
dent body by selecting well-qualified students from 
diverse economic, geographic, academic, and racial 
backgrounds. The number of students acc epted 
from any one college, region, race, or sex thus may 
vary from year to year. Well-motivated students 
from particularly adverse economic or social back- 
grounds who have had substandard educational op- 
portunities are seriously considered. 

University policy actively supports equality of edu- 
cational and employment opportunity. No person 
shall be denied admission to any educational pro- 
gram or activity on the basis of any legally prohib- 
ited discrimination involving, but not limited to, 
race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, 
sex, sexual orientation, age, or handicap. Cornell is 
committed to the maintenance of affirmative action 
programs which will assure the continuation of 
such equality of opportunity. 

Fulfillment of the specific legal requirements is no 
substitute for, and does not detract from, the basic 
principle of freedom of opportunity and action 
which has characterized Cornell University since its 
founding. Association with Cornell, either as a stu- 
dent or staff member, involves participation in a 
free community where all persons are recognized 
and rewarded on the basis of individual perfor- 
mance rather than any personal convictions, ap- 
pearance, preferences (including sexual or 
affectional orientation), or happenstance of birth. 

All policies regarding admission, employment, and 
educational programs and activities are established 
and administered in conformity with the Education 
Practices Act of New York, as well as state and fed- 
eral civil rights laws, specifically including Title IX 
of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, and 
regulations thereunder, prohibiting practices or poli- 
cies in admissions, education programs or employ- 
ment that are in any way discriminatory on the 
basis of sex. 

Early Decision Program 

The early decision program (EDP) provides an ex- 
cellent opportunity for admission to those highly 
qualified applicants who are interested in attending 
Cornell University Medical College. Applications 
are accepted until August 1 and are processed 
through the American Medical College Application 
Service (AMCAS). All EDP applicants will be noti- 
fied of their EDP status by October 1. 

Accepted candidates are not eligible to apply to any 
other medical school and must enroll at Cornell the 
following September. Candidates not accepted will 
be deferred for consideration with the regular pool 
of candidates and notified of their final admissions 



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Dr. David E. Rogers, Walsh McDermott University 
Professor of Medicine, delivering the main address at 
Opening Exercises, 1992 



decision in March. However, these applicants are 
eligible to apply to other medical schools in the in- 
terim. Please contact the Office of Admissions for 
further information. 

Advanced Standing 

When vacancies occur in the second or third-year 
classes, students may be admitted with advanced 
standing. Only those students who have completed 
and passed examinations in the equivalent basic sci- 
ence course work as full time matriculated medical 
students in LCME accredited medical schools are eli- 
gible for consideration for transfer to Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College. 

Applicants must submit the formal application for 
admission with advanced standing as well as official 
transcripts of all prior academic work. Applicants 
must also submit two letters of evaluation from their 
medical school basic science faculty, as well as a 
letter from the Dean of Academic and/or Student 
Affairs stating that the student is in good academic 
standing. These candidates must furthermore have 
fulfilled the requirements for admission to the first- 
year class at Cornell University Medical College. 
They may be required to take examinations in any 
medical school course taken in another school. Ap- 
plications and additional information may be ob- 
tained in early March of the year for which 
admission is sought. Applicants should apply to the 
Office of Admissions, 445 East 69th Street, New 
York, New York, 10021. Those who are accepted 
must send a $100 deposit, which is deductible from 
the first tuition payment. 



Summer Fellowship Program for 
Minority Premedical Students 

A summer fellowship program for minority-group 
students at the Medical College aims specifically to 
add to the number of minority-group students cur- 
rently in medical schools and, in general, to in- 
crease awareness among the minorities of the great 
variety of medical career opportunities. Promising 
premedical students who have completed their jun- 
ior year spend seven weeks as summer fellows at 
the Medical College. 

Fellows work four days a week at a variety of re- 
search activities with faculty sponsors from different 
departments. The students in this program are of- 
ten involved jointly with medical students who hold 
similar fellowships. Students take a specially de- 
signed course in cardiovascular physiology and par- 
ticipate in a series of seminars about community 
health problems. Minority physicians from the fac- 
ulty discuss the practical aspects of a range of medi- 
cal specialties, and advanced year medical students 
take summer fellows on evening rounds in The 
New York Hospital. 

Information regarding fellowship application and all 
other aspects of minority group admissions can be 
obtained by writing to Bruce L. Ballard, M.D.. Asso- 
ciate Dean, Cornell University Medical College. Ap- 
plication should be made after the first semester of 
the junior year, and not later than March 1 . 

Tuition and Fees 

All fees for instruction and other charges are paid at 
the Student Accounting Office of the Medical Col- 
lege, Olin Hall, Room 230. 

Tuition and fees for the academic year 1992-1993 
are $20,510. Tuition is paid in two equal install- 
ments - one made by the first day of classes, the 
second in January, 1993- 

The average cost of books, equipment and micro- 
scope rental is $500 in the first year. Binocular 
microscopes are available for rental for $160. Infor- 
mation will be furnished to each entering student 
before registration. 

After being notified of their acceptance, admitted 
students are given a limited time (usually two 
weeks) to decide if they will enroll in the entering 
class. A longer period is given if students are wait- 
ing for financial aid information before deciding. A 
student's name is placed on the class list only after 
a $100 acceptance deposit is paid. The deposit is 
credited toward the tuition charge; it may be re- 
funded if the student withdraws before June 15. 

Required fees are for the student health service and 
disability insurance. A $750 charge for student 
health insurance may be waived with documenta- 
tion of comparable coverage. The Long Term Dis- 



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ability (LTD) Premium is $50 for first and second 
year students and $75 for third and fourth year stu- 
dents. 

Any individual who owes money to the University 
will not be allowed to register or re-register in the 
University, receive a transcript of his or her record, 
have his or her academic credits certified, be 
granted a leave of absence, apply for or retain stu- 
dent housing, or have a degree certified. 

Refund Policy 

If a student terminates his or her Medical College 
registration by official leave of absence or with- 
drawal, tuition will be charged from the first day of 
the quarter in progress to the effective date of the 
leave of absence or withdrawal as recorded in the 
Office of Academic Affairs. No tuition for the quar- 
ter will be charged, however, if the effective date of 
the withdrawal or leave of absence is within the 
first six days of the quarter. 

If the date of withdrawal for leave of absence is ef- 
fective after the first six days of the quarter, tuition 
and fees for that quarter will be retained in the fol- 
lowing amount: 10 percent for a week or fraction of 
a week following the first six days; 20 percent for 
the second and third following weeks; 30 percent 
for the fourth following week; 40 percent for the 
fifth and sixth following weeks; 50 percent for the 
seventh following week; 60 percent for the eighth 
and ninth following weeks; tenth following week, 
100 percent. Financial aid refunds are prorated in 
the same way if a student terminates registration. 

Student Financial Aid 

Financial aid is awarded only on the basis of dem- 
onstrated need, as determined by analysis of in- 



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come and assets of students and their families. All 
students accepted to Cornell are considered to have 
exceptional merit; there are no special merit schol- 
arships. To qualify for financial aid, students must 
provide information about parents' finances. Needs 
analysis for Cornell financial aid is undertaken by a 
national service used by most graduate and profes- 
sional schools. Married students are expected to 
provide information on their spouse's income and 
assets. Changing circumstances are taken into ac- 
count in each year's review, including other chil- 
dren in college, and parents' ages, retirement needs, 
and health. 

To be eligible for financial assistance at Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College, a student must be in good 
academic standing and making satisfactory progress 
according to the Guidelines for Promotion and 
Graduation of the Medical College, printed annu- 
ally in the Student Handbook. 

The Financial Aid Budget 

The Financial Aid Committee comprised of faculty, 
administrators, and students determines the year's 
student budgets and advises the Dean in setting fi- 
nancial aid policy. The budget for first-year stu- 
dents in 1992-1993, totalling $29,700, includes: 
tuition and fees, $20,510; Olin Hall rent, $2,780; 
food, personal expenses and health insurance, 
$5,750; books and equipment, $660. 

A student financial aid package includes family con- 
tribution, summer savings, and a portion of student 
assets. In 1992-1993, first-year students are ex- 
pected to borrow $7,500 from the federal guaran- 
teed loan program and $5,500 from Cornell's own 
subsidized loans. Any remaining deficit is met with 
a grant. Students who obtain outside scholarship 
aid reduce their required loans. 

Dealing With Debt 

Most loans are subsidized and deferred during resi- 
dency training with long repayment periods. Be- 
cause the Medical College does not wish a student's 
career to be influenced by debt, Cornell has devel- 
oped a loan program involving reduced repayments 
and possible loan forgiveness for those graduates 
who go on to careers in lower paying fields such as 
research and academic medicine, in primary care 
practices serving areas with shortages of physicians, 
or in developing countries. 

Financial Aid Counseling 

Cornell's Office of Student Financial Aid provides 
comprehensive financial information to applicants 
as well as individual counseling throughout the 
student's education, including advice on budgeting 
and debt management. The office seeks ways to 
ease the financial burden on students by providing 
information on outside grants and loans; and sum- 
mer, part-time, and spouse's employment. 



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Foreign Students 

Foreign students who are not citizens or permanent 
residents of the United States are generally not eli- 
gible for Medical College financial aid because of 
federal restrictions on funds included in the aid pro- 
gram. Any foreign student who applies for admis- 
sion will be expected to comply with the following 
terms: on or before July 1 of the year of matricula- 
tion, the accepted student must deposit in an es- 
crow account (to be established under terms 
acceptable to the Medical College) funds sufficient 
to meet tuition charges for the total period of en- 
rollment. Details of these requirements will be sent 
in letters of acceptance. Exceptions to these terms 
are made only in unusual circumstances when 
documented outside support is available. 

Scholarships and Loan Funds 

Through the generosity of many individuals and or- 
ganizations, endowment income and annual gifts 
provide funds for both scholarships and loans. 

Scholarship income is derived from endowed and 
invested funds and other resources listed below. 
Awards are made on the basis of financial need. 
Any student in good standing in the Medical Col- 
lege who has financial need is eligible to apply for 
assistance. Awards are made for one year only and 
returning students must reapply each year. The 
funds listed below are available only to students 
who have been awarded financial aid. 

Vivian B. Allen Scholarship Endowment. 

Through the generosity of the Vivian B. Allen Foun- 
dation, Inc., this endowment has been established 
to provide income to aid needy students of good 
scholastic standing who otherwise would not be 
able to complete their medical studies. 

AMA-ERF. An annual gift from the American Medi- 
cal Association and Research Foundation is awarded 
through the New York State Association and in- 
cludes contributions from Cornell University Medi- 
cal College alumni and friends. This gift is used to 
provide aid for students qualifying for financial aid. 

Aileen Anderson Scholarship Fund. A bequest 
from Aileen Anderson provides income to be 
awarded to a deserving student with financial need. 

Vincent Astor Fund for Medical and Graduate 
Student Scholarships. The income from this gen- 
erous endowment from the Vincent Astor Founda- 
tion provides financial aid for students at the 
Medical College and the Graduate School of Medi- 
cal Sciences. 

The Auxiliary of The New York Hospital Schol- 
arship. Income from this endowed fund estab- 
lished by the Auxiliary of The New York Hospital 
pr< ivides aid for third or fourth year medical stu- 
dents with financial need. 



David P. Barr, M.D. Fellowship Fund. An en- 
dowed gift from the class of 1959 from its 25th Re- 
union campaign honors the late David P. Barr. 
M.D. '14. Income from the gift provides fellowship 
support for students involved in research and clini- 
cal activities. 

Wilder and Helen Guy Beal Scholarship Fund. 

Income from a generous bequest from the estate of 
Helen Guy Beal will be used to provide financial 
support for students interested in general practice in 
small communities. 

Becker Family Scholarship Fund. The income 
from this endowed fund, established by a generous 
gift from the estate of Louis Becker, is used to pro- 
vide scholarships for deserving students. 

The Lois and Max Beren Foundation. An annual 
gift from the Lois and Max Beren Foundation is 
awarded to a promising student attending the 
Cornell University Medical College who would find 
it impossible to attend without financial support. 

Elsie and Jack Bernstein Scholarship Fund. A 

generous gift under the will of Elsie Bernstein es- 
tablished this fund to provide scholarships to stu- 
dents of the Medical College who could not 
otherwise afford the high costs of a medical educa- 
tion. 

H. Meredith Berry Scholarship Fund. The in- 
come from this endowment fund, established by 
gifts from Dr. H. Meredith Berry '41, is used to help 
a needy and deserving student. 

Siegfried and Josephine Bieber Scholarship En- 
dowment. The income from the endowment, 
given by the late Mrs. Siegfried Bieber and the 
Siegfried and Josephine Bieber Foundation, pro- 
vides financial aid for students in good academic 
standing who need financial aid. 

John Frederick Bohmfalk Scholarship Fund. 

This endowed fund was established by a bequest 
from the estate of John Frederick Bohmfalk. The 
income from this fund is used to provide scholar- 
ships to students in need of financial assistance. 

The John V. Bohrer Scholarship Fund w as en- 
dowed by a bequest from Laura S. Bohrer in 
memory of her husband, Dr. John V. Bohrer. 
Scholarships from the income are awarded to stu- 
dents "who shall express a willingness and inten- 
tion to restore to the taist fund the amounts 
received by them, as and when their circumstances 
permit." 

Lucien and Ethel Brownstone Merit Medical 
Scholarship. Generous gifts to Cornell University 
Medical College and to three other New York City 
medical schools by the Lucien and Ethel Brown 
stone Foundation established the first American 
Merit Medical Scholarship. The income from the 
endowment established by the gift is awarded as a 
four-year scholarship to one or two students. The 
donors hope to encourage the most innately gifted, 



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best educated, and most mature individuals to enter 
the complex and humane field of medicine. The 
first award was made in 1968. 

Mary E.C. Cantle Scholarship Fund. The income 
from this invested fund, which was established by a 
bequest from Mary E.C. Cantle, provides scholar- 
ships for worthy students in the Medical College. 

Lisle C. Carter Scholarship Fund. Income from 
this fund, established from the estate of Emilie 
Siebert, is to be used for grants to third- and fourth- 
year minority students. 

Frances N. and John A. Cashman Scholarship 
Fund. This endowed fund was established by a 
generous gift from the Trust of Frances Nevins 
Cashman. The income from this fund provides a 
scholarship to a woman student. 

Lillian M. Charles Scholarship Endowment. 

The income from this fund, which was established 
by a generous gift from the late Mrs. Howard W. 
Charles, provides scholarship assistance for needy 
students who are in good academic standing. 

The Class of 1923 Fund. A graduate of the Class 
of 1923 established this fund which provides in- 
come for scholarships for needy students interested 
in pediatrics. 

Alumni Reunion Funds 

The following alumni classes have established en- 
dowed funds for scholarships in honor of their re- 
unions. The income from these endowments is to 
be used to provide grants for worthy and needy 
students: 

Class of 1940 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1944 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1946 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1951 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1958 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1961 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1963 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1969 Scholarship Fund 

Class of 1962, Lawrence Hanlon Scholarship 
Fund. This fund, in honor of the 25th anniversary 
of the Class of 1962, is in memory of Dr. Hanlon, 
Associate Dean of Students while the class was at 
the Medical College. Income from the fund is to be 
used to provide aid to medical students needing fi- 
nancial assistance. 

E. Craig Coats Scholarship Fund. This fund was 
endowed by the family of Dr. E. Craig Coats '30, in 
his memory. Dr. Coats served as a member of the 
faculty of the Medical College and as an attending 
urologist at The New York Hospital for many years. 
Income from the endowment provides scholarship 
assistance for a third- or fourth-year student, prefer- 
ably a student with an interest in urology. 



Joseph Collins Foundation. Cornell University 
Medical College is one of the medical schools as- 
sisted by the foundation established by Joseph 
Collins, M.D., a pioneer in the field of neurology. 
Aid is given to needy medical students with interest 
in broad fields of learning. 

Coppermines Foundation Scholarship Endow- 
ment. Income from this endowment, established 
by a generous gift from the Coppermines Founda- 
tion, provides financial assistance for needy and 
worthy students. 

Jean Davidoff and Elizabeth Cohen Scholarship 
Fund. This endowment was established through a 
gift by Dr. Harry S. Berkoff '23, in memory of his 
sisters. The income is available annually to a stu- 
dent, or students, in the third- and fourth-year 
classes who are in need of financial aid and who, 
by their scholarship and conduct, have proved wor- 
thy of this. 

Dean's Special Scholarship Fund. This invested 
hind was established through the generosity of 
many contributors. The income is used to provide 
scholarships for worthy students who are especially 
in need of financial assistance. 

Mehdi Dilmaghani Scholarship. An annual gift 
in memory of Mehdi Dilmaghani provides financial 
aid for a needy student. 

Dr. John W. Draper '31, Scholarship Fund. In- 
come from this endowed gift from the estate of Dr. 
John W. Draper '31, provides scholarship assistance 
to worthy, needy students enrolled at the Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Marie G. Eckhardt Scholarship Fund. This fund 
was established through a bequest from the estate 
of Marie G. Eckhardt. The income is used for need 
based scholarships for worthy students. 

Kate and Henry Eichel Scholarship Fund. This 
gift from the estate of Kate Eichel is an invested 
fund given in memory of Kate Eichel and her 
brother, Dr. Henry Eichel '07. The investment in- 
come provides financial aid for students in need of 
financial assistance. 

Dr. Harry Eno Scholarship Endowment. Estab- 
lished in 1955 by a gift of the late Dr. Harry Eno, 
the income from this endowment provides scholar- 
ships for needy and worthy students in the Medical 
College. 

Gertrude and Louis Feil Scholarship Fund. This 
generous fund was established by the family and 
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feil in honor of their 
parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary. The income is 
used for financial aid for deserving medical stu- 
dents. 

The Jeremiah S. Ferguson Scholarship Fund 

was established by the Board of Trustees of Cornell 
University in memory of Jeremiah S. Ferguson. The 
investment income is awarded annually to a student 
in the third- or fourth-year classes. 



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Anthony Ferrara Memorial Scholarship Fund. 

The mother of Anthony Ferrara and his fellow stu- 
dents and friends established this fund. The invest- 
ment income provides scholarship assistance t< > 
deserving medical students. 

Joseph P. Ferrigan Endowment. The income 
from this endowed fund, established by an anony- 
mous gift, is used to benefit a worthy and meritori- 
ous student in need of financial assistance. 

Eleanor Ruth Gale Fund. Income from a bequest 
From the estate of Eleanor Ruth Gale provides sup- 
port for a female graduate of the College of Arts 
and Sciences of Cornell University who is attending 
the Medical College. 

The Wallace D. Garrabradt Scholarship Endow- 
ment was established by the late Mabel G. 
Gormley and the income is awarded annually to a 
regularly matriculated student of high academic 
achievement who is in need of financial assistance. 

Roscoe Giles Scholarship Fund. This fund, es- 
tablished by gifts from minority faculty, alumni and 
friends of the Medical College, provides scholar- 
ships for minority students. It honors Roscoe 
Conkling Giles '15, the first black graduate of 
Cornell University Medical College, a leader in de- 
veloping equal rights for physicians and an out- 
standing surgeon. 

Anna C. Gossner Memorial Scholarship Fund. 

An endowed fund has been established by Joseph 
L. and Simone D. Gossner in memory of Mr. 
Gossner's mother, Anna C. Gossner. The income 
from this endowment will provide financial support 
for a dedicated student of the Cornell University 
Medical College who has need. 

Simone D. and Joseph L. Gossner Scholarship. 

A generous gift from Simone D. and Joseph 
Gossner will provide income for a scholarship for a 
medical student with financial need. 

The Judge and Mrs. Samuel Jordon Graham Me- 
morial Scholarship Endowment was established 
by a bequest from the estate of E. Norman P. Gra- 
ham. The income provides scholarship assistance 
for deserving students of the Medical College. 

Connie M. Guion Fund. Financial aid for women 
students has been made available by a generous be- 
quest from the estate of Dr. Connie M. Guion '17. 

Connie M. Guion Scholarship. Providing an an- 
nual scholarship to be used toward tuition for a stu- 
dent of the Medical College, the scholarship was 
established by Ambassador and Mrs. Vincent 
deRoulet to express their gratitude to the late Dr. 
Connie Guion '17. 

Connie M. Guion Scholarship for Medicine. 

The Joseph Collins Foundation provides an annual 
scholarship to a fourth-year student of outstanding 
merit in honor of the late Dr. Connie M. Guion '17. 



Mary F. Hall Scholarship Endowment. The in- 
come from a fund established by a bequest of Miss 
Mary F. Hall is available to any woman student in 
the Medical College who needs its aid, who is a 
bona fide resident of the State of New York, and 
was such prior to admission to the college. 

The Giovanna Maria Harrower Scholarship. A 

generous bequest from the estate of Giovanna 
Maria Harrower provides income to support finan- 
cial aid for deserving medical students at Cornell 
I niversity Medical College. 

Dr. John A. Heim Scholarship Endowment. The 

income from this fund, which was established un- 
der the will of Dr. John A. Heim '05, provides schol- 
arships in the Medical College for students who are 
in need of financial assistance. 

Milton Helpern Fund. A bequest from the late 
Fritz J. Cramer, M.D. '26 and the late Kate Constable 
Cramer, M.D. is in memory of the late Milton 
Helpern, M.D. '26. Income from the fund is to be 
used to purchase tickets to cultural events for 
Cornell University Medical College students. 

The Irma T. Hirschl Scholarship. The income 
from a trust under the will of Irma T. Hirschl pro- 
vides scholarships to needy, outstanding students 
dedicated to medical science, the easing of pain 
and the protection of life. Several other medical 
schools in the city are also beneficiaries under the 
trust. 

Maier and Shantsya Hitzig Scholarship. 

Through a generous gift, Dr. William M. Hitzig '29 
established this endowed scholarship in memory of 
his father and mother. The income is allotted annu- 
ally as a scholarship, with preference given to stu- 
dents who have done meritorious work in internal 
medicine. 

The Dr. Edward Hoenig Scholarship Fund was 

endowed by gifts from Dr. Robert Hoenig '34 and 
Dr. Theodore Hoenig '40 in memory of their father, 
Dr. Edward Hoenig TO. The income provides fi- 
nancial assistance to needy and worthy students. 

Samuel Hollander Endowment. The income 
from an endowed fund established by bequest of 
Dr. Samuel Hollander is awarded to a worthy stu- 
dent for scholarship. 

The Ruth Hollohan Scholarship Fund was estab- 
lished under the terms of the will of Jessie L. 
Hollohan in memory of Ruth Hollohan. The invest- 
ment income is used for financial aid in the Medical 
College with first consideration given to entering 
students of high academic achievement who are in 
need of financial assistance. 

Elizabeth and Neill Houston Scholarship En- 
dowment. The scholarship was established in 
1952 by a gift from Elizabeth and Neill Houston. 
The income from the endowment provides a room- 
rent scholarship in Olin Hall. 



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Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation 
Scholarship Fund. The foundation was estab- 
lished by the late Chauncey L. Waddell on the 
death of his wife Catherine Hughes Waddell, in 
memory of her father, Chief Justice Hughes. The 
generous gift was made to the Medical College to 
support the effort to meet the financial aid require- 
ments of enrolled minority students. 

Professor Andrew Hunter Scholarship. This 
fund was established by the Maurice H. Givens 
Trust in honor of the late Professor Andrew Hunter, 
who was a professor of biochemistry at the Ithaca 
division of Cornell University Medical College, 
where Mr. Givens served as Professor Hunter's as- 
sistant from 1909-1914. The income from this en- 
dowment provides scholarships to needy and 
worthy students in the Medical College. 

Dr. Charles I. Hyde '10 and Eva Hyde Scholar- 
ship Endowment. Established by the late Dr. 
Charles I. Hyde and Mrs. Eva Hyde in memory of 
her daughter Anita Shirley Hyde, this endowment 
provides income to meritorious students who have 
completed one year of the regular medical course 
and are in need of assistance. 

James and Louise Jobe Scholarship Fund. A 

generous gift from Miss Louise Jobe has endowed 
the James W. and Louise Jobe Scholarship Fund. In- 
come will be used to provide financial aid to a 
needy student. 

The Dick Katzin M.D. Scholarship Fund was es- 
tablished in 1966 by Dick Katzin '65. This annual 
gift is used to give financial aid to a needy student. 

The Dr. B.H. Kean International Fellowships. 

In recognition of the excellent teaching of medical 
students by Dr. B.H. Kean, the reunion Classes of 
1964 and 1965 have established this endowed fund. 
Income from this fund provides support for Cornell 
University Medical College students who have been 
selected by a faculty committee to do research in 
developing countries. Recipients of these awards 
will be known as Kean Fellows. 

Samuel Farrar Kelley M.D. Scholarship Fund. 

Contributions for this invested fund are being given 
by Mrs. Lillian E. Kelley in memory of her husband. 
Income from this fund is available to students in 
good standing who need financial assistance. 

Edwina Kittredge Fund. Income from a bequest 
from the estate of Edwina Kittredge is available for 
financial aid for needy students. 

William Sargent I add Scholarship Fund. Estab- 
lished with gifts from the family of William Sargent 
Ladd, M.D., Dean of the Cornell University Medical 
College 1934-1942, this fund provides support for 
able medical students with financial need. 
Dr. Margaret Bashford LeGardeur Scholarship. 
Income from a bequest from the estate of Dr. Mar- 
garet Bashford LeGardeur '41 is to be used to pro- 



vide scholarship support for worthy Cornell Univer- 
sity Medical College students. 

The Elise Strang L'Esperance Scholarship En- 
dowment, established by a bequest from Dr. 
L'Esperance, provides income for financial assis- 
tance for women students at the Medical College 

The Elizabeth C. Lowry Scholarship Fund was 

established by Dr. Lowry, a member of the class of 
1935, in memory of her late husband Dr. Thomas 
Lowry, who was also a member of that class. The 
income is used to provide financial assistance to 
women students in the Medical College. 

Martin H. Lutz, M.D. Scholarship Fund. Income 
from this endowed fund established by a bequest 
from Martin H. Lutz, M.D., '31, provides financial as- 
sistance for students with need. 

Clara A. Many Scholarship. Income from this en- 
dowed fund, established by a bequest from Mrs. 
Many, is to be used for aid to a needy fourth-year 
student who has contributed to the improvement of 
medical service. 

Norman C. Margolius, M.D., Class of 1929 Fund. 

Income from a bequest from the estate of Norman 
C. Margolius, B.A., '29, Cornell University, M.D., '33 
Cornell University Medical College, provides schol- 
arships for students who would not be able to af- 
ford medical education without aid. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Trust. A generous 
gift from The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Trust will 
help to support able and needy students for their 
four years of medical education. 

The 1936 and 1939 John and Katherine Mayer 
Scholarship Funds. The investment income is 
available annually to meritorious students who need 
aid and who have completed one or more years of 
medical college. 

John T. McGovern Scholarship. Income from a 
bequest from the estate of John T. McGovern 00, 
Cornell University, is available to provide scholar- 
ship assistance to a medical student at the Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Thomas A. McGraw Scholarship Fund. A gener- 
ous endowed gift from the McGraw Foundation in 
memory of Thomas A. McGraw, M.D. '51, provides 
income for scholarship assistance for students at the 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Charles M. McLane Memorial Scholarship. This 
generous gift was established by the Merlin Founda- 
tion. The investment income is used to provide fi- 
nancial aid for a needy student from the third or 
fourth-year class whose record reflects dedication 
and personal achievement of a high order. 

Medical College Consolidated Memorial Schol- 
arship. This endowment fund is supported by gifts 
in memory of individuals. The income is used for 
scholarships to worthy students. 



Scholarships 21 



Medical College Dormitory Fund No. 2. This in- 
vested fund, established by gifts made by the 
Greater Cornell Campaign, provides income for rent 
scholarships to be awarded to students residing in 
the Medical College dormitory. 

Joseph H. Merin Scholarship Fund. This fund 
was established in memory of Joseph H. Merin, 
M.D.'27, by his wife Jessie G. Merin, M.D. '27 and 
his children Mary M. Tinkham, Cornell University 
'56 and Robert G. Merin, M.D. '58. The income is 
used for a student who majored in the Humanities 
or Social Sciences in college. 

Margaret, Henry, Rosalie, and Henry E.N. 
Meyer Educational Fund. The income from this 
very generous trust fund is to be used to pay a por- 
tion of the cost of tuition of one or more students 
selected each year from the entering class. This 
trust fund was established by a gift from the estate 
of Henry E.B. Meyer 07, in memory of his parents, 
his wife, his sisters, and himself. 

Li Ming Scholarship Fund. The income from this 
endowment fund, established by a bequest from the 
estate of Li Ming, is used for scholarship purposes. 
Preference is given to students of Chinese birth or 
descent or nationality, or, if there are no such quali- 
fied applicants, other qualified applicants. 

A. Gordon Murphy, M.D. Scholarship. The fam- 
ily and friends of A. Gordon Murphy, M.D. '40, 
have established a fund to be used to provide 
scholarship support to a student with an interest in 
practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Murphy's 
field. 

Dr. George A. and Nora W. Newton Scholarship 
Endowment. The income from this fund, which 
was established by a bequest from the estate of 
Nora W. Newton, provides a scholarship for a 
needy and worthy student of the Medical College. 

The Claire Mann Nordlicht Scholarship. This 
fund was endowed by Dr. Stephen Nordlicht in 
memory of his wife. The income is available annu- 
ally to assist a needy and gifted student doing work 
in the field of endocrinology. If in any given year 
there is no student in need of such assistance, the 
income may be utilized for research by the Division 
of Endocrinology. 

The Maurice and Cecilia Nordlicht Scholarship 
Fund. Established by Dr. Stephen Nordlicht, the in- 
come is available annually as a scholarship, with 
preference given to students who have done meri- 
torious work in psychiatry. If in any year, there is 
no student in need of such assistance, the income 
may be utilized for research in the Department of 
Psychiatry. 

Evelyn Buckalew Ochester and Charles W. 
Ochester Memorial Scholarship Fund. This en- 
dowment fund was created by Alfred J. and 
LeMoine R. Buckalew in memory of their sister, 



Evelyn Buckalew Ochester and her husband 
Charles W. Ochester. Income from the fund is used 
to provide financial assistance to worthy students 
who are in need. 

Dr. E. Cooper Person Memorial Scholarship 
Fund, f riends of the late Dr. Person established 
this invested scholarship fund in his memory. 
Scholarship aid for deserving students is provided 
from the income. 

John Metcalf Polk Scholarship Endowment. A 

gift under the will of William Mecklenburg Polk, the 
first dean of the Medical College, established an en- 
dowed fund. The income is used to provide schol- 
arships for students of the Medical College. 

Thomas C. Rennie Scholarship Fund. Friends of 
the late Dr. Rennie, professor of social psychiatry, 
have set up an endowed fund; a portion of the in- 
come is available to students interested in carrying 
out research work in social psychiatry. 

Jessie Ridley Scholarship Fund. This fund was 
established by the Jessie Ridley Foundation, Inc., 
and provides scholarships for deserving young men 
and women to assist them in attending a number of 
institutions in this country. Financial need and 
physical handicaps of the individual shall be con- 
sidered in awarding these scholarships. 

Anna E. Ray Robinson Education Fund. The in- 
come from this endowed fund, established under 
the will of Anna E. Ray Robinson, provides scholar- 
ship assistance for students. 

Samuel H. Rosen, M.D.'30 and May Sherman 
Rosen, M.D. Scholarship Fund. This endowed 
fund was established through the bequest of Dr. 
Samuel H. Rosen,'30 and his wife Dr. May Sherman 
Rosen. The income from the fund shall be used for 
scholarships for deserving and needy medical stu- 
dents. 

Edgar J. Rosenberg Medical Scholarship Fund. 

The income from this fund, which was established 
by a bequest to The Society of The New York Hos- 
pital, is available to assist needy and worthy stu- 
dents. 

The Dr. Milton A. Rosenbluth Foundation Fel- 
lowships. An annual gift from the Milton B. 
Rosenbluth, M.D. Foundation provides support for 
the travel expenses of medical students working 
abroad. 

Harry and Evelyn F. Rosenthal Memorial Schol- 
arship Fund. The income from this fund is avail- 
able to assist one or more needy and worthy 
students who have completed at least one year of 
study. 

Mary Putnam Jacobi-Anna Forest Rowe Scholar- 
ship. A bequest from William Vincent Rowe en- 
dowed this fund. The income provides financial 
assistance lor women students. 



22 Scholarships 



The Louis and Rachel Rudin Scholarship Fund. 

This annual gift from the Louis and Rachel Rudin 
Foundation, Inc., is used for scholarships in recog- 
nition of Dr. Lawrence Sonkin and is available to 
students without regard to age, sex, creed, or race, 
who demonstrate financial need, who show merit 
and great promise as students, and who are citizens 
of the United States. Graduates are encouraged to 
contribute to this fund when possible to assist fu- 
ture students. 

The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Pri- 
mary Medicine Fund. This gift from the Louis and 
Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc. supports awards to 
graduating students who will be pursuing careers in 
Primary Medicine. Recipients are chosen from 
graduates who elect a residency in General Internal 
Medicine, Primary Care Medicine, Family Medicine 
or General Pediatrics, and who plan to practice pri- 
mary medicine in New York City. The award will 
reduce the graduate's indebtedness. 

The Dr. Jacques Saphier Scholarship Endow- 
ment was established by Dr. Saphier's father, the 
late Conrad Saphier in memory of Dr. Jacques 
Conrad Saphier (lieutenant, j.g. U.S.N.R.), '40, who 
was killed in action. The income is awarded annu- 
ally to a student of the Medical College who has 
completed at least one year of study, has financial 
need and shows merit. 

Anne and David C. Schilling Scholarship Fund. 

The income from this endowment fund, established 
by a bequest from the estate of David C. Schilling, 
is used to provide first-year scholarships for needy 
students of high scholarship and character in the 
Medical College. 

The Carl J. Schmidlapp Memorial Scholarship 
Fund was endowed by Dr. Jean Schmidlapp Humes 
'49 in memory of her father, Carl J. Schmidlapp. 
Cornell University '08. The income is awarded an- 
nually to a deserving student in any class of the 
Medical College, selected on the basis of need and 
ability. 

Dr. Ida S. Scudder Scholarship. Established in 
1982 by the Scudder Foundation, this annual schol- 
arship provides a grant to cover the expenses of 
one Cornell University Medical College fourth-year 
student on an elective at the Christian Medical Col- 
lege or one of its urban or rural outreach programs 
in Vellore, India. Ida Scudder was a member of the 
first graduating class of the Cornell University Medi- 
cal College in 1899 and founded the Christian Medi- 
cal College. 

The Thorne Shaw Endowment Scholarship 
Fund provides the income to support three scholar- 
ships. A gift from the estate of Julia Shaw estab- 
lished the endowment. One scholarship is available 
to students after at least two years of study in the 
Medical College and two scholarships are available 
to students after at least one year of study in the 
Medical College. 



Martha C. Souter M.D. Scholarship Fund. A be- 
quest from the estate of Dr. Martha C. Souter pro- 
vides income to assist worthy women medical 
students who are in need of financial aid in pursu- 
ing a medical education. 

The Robert E. Speno Endowment Scholarship 
Fund was established in 1952 by a gift from Frank 
Speno in memory of his son, Robert E. Speno. A 
room in F.W. Olin Hall is named the Robert E. 
Speno room, and the income from the endowment 
provides a room-rent scholarship. 

C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund. A generous gift 
from the C.V. Starr Foundation provides scholarship 
support for students with financial need. 

Nancy G. Stone Memorial Scholarship Fund. 

This endowed fund was established by a bequest 
from the estate of Nancy G. Stone, widow of Dr. 
Neil C. Stone '25. The income from this fund is 
used to provide scholarships to worthy students in 
need of financial assistance. 

Robert and Mary Sturdevant Scholarship Fund. 

Income from a bequest of Mary Sturdevant is to be 
used to assist a needy student at the Cornell Univer- 
sity Medical College with tuition payments each 
year. 

Surdna Foundation Scholarship Fund. The in- 
come from this invested fund, made possible by a 
generous gift from the Surdna Foundation, provides 
scholarships to able students in need of financial as- 
sistance. 

Surdna Foundation Academic Medicine Schol- 
arship. A generous grant from the Surdna Founda- 
tion provides income for grants to decrease the 
debt of talented students interested in careers in re- 
search and academic medicine. 

The Walter C. Teagle Scholarship Fund. An en- 
dowment fund established in 1963 by a very gener- 
ous gift from the Teagle Foundation, Inc., is a 
permanent memorial in honor of Mr. Teagle, with 
the recipients of the income from the fund to be 
designated Teagle Scholars. The letter establishing 
the fund explains the goal of the award as follows: 
"It is further the desire of the Directors of the Foun- 
dation that each student given an award be urged - 
but in no way required in any legal way - to con- 
sider in later life making a gift to Cornell University 
for the benefit of some student in the Medical Col- 
lege." 

Dr. Leona E. Todd Scholarship Endowment. A 

gift from the estate of Alzina T. Elliott established 
this endowment fund. The income is to be used for 
scholarships for women students in the Medical 
College. 

Training in Psychiatry Fund. A grateful patient, 
recognizing the value of psychiatric therapy in help- 
ing people achieve a more normal, fruitful life, has 
established this fund to provide financial assistance 
to students preparing for a career in psychiatry. 



Scholarships 23 



Students who seriously intend to enter the field of 
psychiatry and who are judged qualified by the fac- 
ulty, are eligible for financial aid after the second 
year of the medical course. 

Weill-Caulier Scholarship Fund. Income from 
the estate of Monique Weill-Caulier provides finan- 
cial aid to students on the basis of financial need, 
outstanding scholarship and dedication to medical 
science. Students selected to receive these scholar- 
ships will continue to receive aid as long as they 
meet these criteria. 

Dr. Samuel M. Weinreb Medical Scholarship 
Fund. This endowed fund was established by the 
family, friends, and former patients of Dr. Samuel 
M. Weinreb '23 in his memory. The income from 
this fund is available to a needy fourth-year student 
who intends to practice in a medically underserved 
area. 

Lillian E. Weksler Memorial Scholarship. This 
endowed scholarship, established in memory of 
Lillian E. Weksler, provides income for the support 
of a student with financial need who is pursuing a 
career in biomedical research. 

Weld Fund Scholarship. This endowed fund was 
established by David and Mary Blake Weld. The 
income provides scholarship assistance for needy 
students who are in good academic standing. 

Phillip G. Woodward Scholarship Fund. The in- 
come from this fund, which was established by a 
bequest to The Society of The New York Hospital 
from Phillip G. Woodward, is available to be used 
for Phillip G. Woodward Scholarships, to be 
awarded to third- or fourth-year students of the 
Medical College who have demonstrated interest, 
initiative, and ability in the fields of psychiatry, neu- 
rology and/or behavioral biology. 

Dr. Chauncey B. and Myra S. Wright Scholar- 
ship Fund. A generous bequest from the estate of 
Myra S. Wright provides a permanent scholarship 
fund, the income of which is to be used for support 
for needy students. The scholarship honors Dr. 
Wright of the Class of 1925 and his wife. 

Mary Louise Wuester Scholarship Endowment. 

The income from this endowment fund, which was 
established in memory of his mother by Dr. William 
O. Wuester '33, is awarded annually to a regularly 
matriculated student of good scholarship who is in 
need of financial aid. 

George G. Wurzburger Scholarship Fund. A be- 
quest from the late George G. Wurzburger made 
possible the establishment of this invested fund. 
Income from the fund provides scholarships for stu- 
dents in need of financial assistance. 

Marie and John Zimmermann Scholarship 
Fund. The income from this endowed fund, estab- 
lished from a gift from the late Marie Zimmermann 
and the Marie and John Zimmermann Fund, Inc., is 
used to aid needy and worthy women students. In 



addition to endowment income, a generous annual 
gift is given by the Zimmermann Fund, Inc., for fi- 
nancial aid to needy and worthy women. 

Loan Funds 

Alumni Association Loan Fund. The Medical Col- 
lege makes loans available to students from a por- 
tion of the income from an endowment fund that is 
provided through the Alumni Association. Students 
in the upper classes will be given preference. 

Alumni Class Reunion Loan Funds 

The following classes have established endowed 
loan funds in honor of their reunions Income from 
these funds is to be used to provide loans to worthy 
and needy students: 

Class of 1945 Loan Fund 

Class of 1946 Loan Fund 

Class of 1956 Loan Fund 

Class of I960 Loan Fund 

Class of 1970 Loan Fund. Income from this en- 
dowed loan fund, in memory of Daniel Broderick, a 
member of the Class of 1970, provides loans for stu- 
dents interested in primary care medicine who have 
been involved in community service during medical 
school. The loan will be forgiven if the graduate 
works in primary care in an area of physician short- 
age after training. 

Class of 1983 Loan Fund. A revolving loan fund 
was set up by the Class of 1983 and their parents to 
enable fourth-year medical students to pay the costs 
of travel for interviews and electives. 

Lawrence W. Hanlon Revolving Student Loan 
Fund. This fund was established by the Medical 
College in memory of Dr. Lawrence W. Hanlon '38, 
associate dean of students, who died in 1970. Dr. 
Hanlon devoted his life to the welfare of the stu- 
dents at the Medical College, and his fund is de- 
signed to help continue his good work. 

Joseph C. Hinsey Loan Fund. Established 
through the generosity of the Olin Foundation and 
supplemented by a generous gift from an anony- 
mous donor, this revolving fund provides funds to 
students in need of financial assistance. 

B.H. Homan, Jr. Revolving Loan Fund. This 
fund was established by a bequest from Benjamin J. 
Homan, Jr., and provides low-interest loans to wor- 
thy students with financial need. 

State and Federal Scholarship and Loan 
Programs 

Armed Services Scholarships. Tuition and a 
monthly stipend are available through Army, Navy 
and Air Force Medical Scholarships. The service 
commitment is for one year for each year of sup- 
port with a three year minimum. 



24 Scholarships 



National Health Service Corps Scholarships. 

Scholarships providing tuition and a monthly sti- 
pend are available to students who wish to make a 
commitment to primary care practice in an 
underserved area through the United States Public 
Health Service. One year of service is required for 
each year of support with a two year minimum. 

New York State Regents Health Care Scholar- 
ships provide support for minority students w ho 
must repay the grant through practice in a shortage 
area of the State. 

New York State Tuition Assistance Program 
(TAP) is available to New York State residents, de- 
pending on family income. Applications are avail- 
able from the Higher Education Services 
Corporation, Tower Building, Empire State Plaza. 
Albany, N.Y. 12255. 



Stafford Student Loans. Most students qualify for 
the Eederal Stafford Student Loan of $7,500 a year 
as part of the financial aid package. Applications 
are available through banks in the student's home 
state or in New York State which services all 
Cornell students regardless of state of residence. 

Federal Loan Programs. The Medical College 
participates in the Eederal Health Professions and 
Perkins Loan Programs. These loans, based on fi- 
nancial need, are administered through the college 
and are available only to students eligible for finan- 
cial aid. 




Scholarships 25 



Funding for MD-PhD Students 

The Harry E. Gould, Sr., Graduate Student 
Scholarship. This fund was established by Mr. 
Gould's son, Harry E. Gould, Jr., in memory of his 
father who had a long-standing interest in medicine. 
The income from this endowment provides finan- 
cial assistance for students of the Graduate School 
of Medical Sciences. 

The Mildred and Emil Holland Scholarship. In- 
come from a gift by the Emil and Mildred Holland 
Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund 
is used to provide tuition support for an MD-PhD 
student. 

The W.M. Keck Foundation Medical Scientist 
Fellowship. This award is derived from a gener- 
ous endowment awarded to Cornell University 
Medical College and provides support for an MD- 
PhD student. 

The Frances L. Loeb Medical Scientist Fellow- 
ships have been endowed by a gift from Frances L. 
Loeb and provides support for two MD-PhD stu- 
dents at the Cornell University Medical College. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Medical Scientist 
Fellowship was established by a gift from the 
Abby Rockefeller Mauze Trust. The income pro- 
vides fellowship support for an MD-PhD student. 

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow- 
ships. A grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Founda- 
tion provides support for MD-PhD students selected 
for the Tri-Institutional Medical Scientist Training 
Program which is administered jointly by Cornell 
University Medical College, the Cornell University 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and The 
Rockefeller University. 



The Frank R. and Blanche A. Mowrer Memorial 
Fund. Financial assistance is available from the in- 
come of this fund to a student each year enrolled in 
the PhD-MD or MD-PhD program. 

The Papanicolaou Medical Scientist Fellowship 

is funded by income from a bequest from Mary G. 
Papanicolaou in memory of her husband, Dr. 
George N. Papanicolaou, and by a gift from an 
anonymous donor to the Cornell University Medical 
College. The funds provide support for an MD-PhD 
student. 

Charles Rupert Stockard Scholarship. An in- 
vested fund was established in 1939 by a friend of 
the late Charles Rupert Stockard, a professor of 
anatomy in the Cornell University Medical College 
1911-39. The income from this fund is to be 
awarded to either one or two students whose work 
has shown promise in the Department of Cell Biol- 
ogy and Anatomy and who are desirous of doing 
advanced work in that department. 

The Surdna Foundation Medical Scientist Fel- 
lowship was made possible by a generous grant to 
the Medical College by the Surdna Foundation. The 
income from this endowment provides fellowship 
support for an MD-PhD student. 

The Iris L. and Leverett S. Woodworth Medical 
Scientist Fellowship. Funds for the support of an 
MD-PhD student are provided by the income from a 
generous gift from Dr. Leverett S. Woodworth in his 
own name and in memory of his wife, Iris L. 
Woodworth. 




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Educational Programs And Policies 



The Medical College is divided into seventeen aca- 
demic departments. Seven departments are con- 
cerned primarily with the sciences underlying 
clinical medicine - the Departments of Biochemis- 
try, Cell Biology and Anatomy, Microbiology, Pa- 
thology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Biophysics, 
and Public Health. The other ten departments fo- 
cus upon the study, treatment, and prevention of 
human diseases, and maternity care - the Depart- 
ments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Neurology and 
Neuroscience, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthal- 
mology, Otorhinolaryngology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, 
Radiology, and Surgery. 

The Executive Faculty Council and General Faculty 
Council share the responsibility for all policies at 
the Medical College. Executive Faculty Council 
members are academic administrative officers or 
chairmen of those departments with major teaching 
commitments to medical students. Elected faculty 
representatives from all Medical College depart- 
ments comprise the General Faculty Council. Each 
of the four classes of medical students elects repre- 
sentatives to the Medical Student Executive Council, 
which serves as a forum for student opinion and for 
communication between faculty and students. The 
Medical Student Executive Council appoints student 
members to the Faculty Councils. 

The Curriculum Committee is chaired by the Senior 
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and consists of 
the chairman or designated faculty representative 
from each department and a student representative 
from each class. This committee is ultimately re- 
sponsible for evaluation, planning and implementa- 
tion of the medical college curriculum. 

Curriculum Overview 

The required period of study at Cornell University 
Medical College extends over four academic years 
of at least thirty-two weeks each. A thesis is not re- 
quired for graduation, but a student's independent 
work may produce results worthy of publication 
and qualify the student for the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine with Honors in Research. Students are 
urged to devote time to a single subject in which 
they have a special interest. Great technical profi- 
ciency in all of the various fields of clinical medi- 
cine is not expected during the regular medical 
course, but must await further training after gradua- 
tion. 



With the continual goal of maintaining and further- 
ing the high standards of the academic programs at 
Cornell, the faculty reserves the right to make 
changes in the curriculum at any time. The curricu- 
lum reflects a widespread reassessment in the field 
of medicine that is beginning to reshape medical 
education for the first time in 60 years. One of the 
major objectives of the curriculum is an emphasis 
on self-education by students. Students are now 
spending less time in formal classroom instruction 
and more time learning in small groups or individu- 
ally through independent study. Problem-solving 
and critical thinking skills are emphasized, impart- 
ing to students the resources by which they may, 
on their own, absorb and evaluate the ever-increas- 
ing amount of new scientific knowledge, both dur- 
ing their years of post-doctoral training and in 
practice. 

However intensive a period of study medical school 
may be, only a small part of the medical knowledge 
neecied for a successful career in medicine can be 
acquired in four years as a medical student. Pro- 
spective physicians further devote at least one year, 
and usually many more years, to graduate medical 
education in preparation for the practice of medi- 
cine - as an intern or resident in a hospital, either in 
clinical or laboratory work or both. 

First- Year Curriculum 

The first year of study is devoted to cell biology and 
anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, neuroscience, 
the fundamentals of human genetics, biostatistics, 
epidemiology, systems of health care, psychiatry, 
and introductory medicine (including the basic in- 
terviewing techniques and the sociological determi- 
nants of disease). These courses offer clinical 
conferences to illustrate the application of the basic 
sciences to clinical medicine. Elective time pro- 
vides students the opportunity to participate in ba- 
sic science electives or research. 

Second- Year Curriculum 

In the second year, the basic sciences of microbiol- 
ogy and immunology, pathology, pathophysiology, 
clinical concepts of human genetics, pharmacology, 
and parasitology are completed and the full-time 
clinical curriculum is begun with physical diagnosis, 
neurology, psychiatry, and medical ethics. Weekly 
clinical pathological conferences are scheduled to 



28 Curriculum Overview 



integrate the basic and clinical sciences. As in the 
first year, students may participate in basic science 
electives or research, with an emphasis on problem- 
solving, critical thinking, and understanding the ba- 
sic science literature. 

Third- Year Curriculum 

The third-year curriculum begins with introduction 
to the clinical years and radiology offered in the 
month of July. These courses are followed by 48 
weeks of clerkships lasting from two to twelve 
weeks each in all the major clinical fields, including 
medicine, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, pe- 
diatrics, psychiatry, and surgery, as well as public 
health. Students completing this clinical core cur- 
riculum are sufficiently acquainted with the various 
clinical specialties to identify their primary areas of 
interest, both in the clinical and basic science fields. 
Accordingly, they are prepared to plan an educa- 
tional program for their final year in medical school 
that is best suited to their interests. 

In the spring of the third year, each student chooses 
a senior faculty member as an advisor to help in 
planning the fourth-year program. 

Fourth- Year Curriculum 

During the fourth year, students correlate their pre- 
ceding medical school experiences and begin to 



function effectively in the physician's role while 
sharpening their clinical skills in preparation lor 
residency training. Students are required to com- 
plete fourteen weeks of selectives and eighteen 
weeks of electives in the fourth year. Required 
selectives include one month of ambulatory care 
medicine or pediatrics, a one-month subinternship 
in either general medicine or pediatrics, one month 
of basic science teaching or research in basic sci- 
ence or clinical medicine, and a two week anesthe- 
siology-critical care clerkship. 

Required and Elective Courses 

Courses in each department are arranged in se- 
quence and duration to develop logically the 
knowledge and training of Cornell medical students. 
Departments offer courses that must be completed 
before the Doctor of Medicine degree can lie con- 
ferred. For a detailed description of these courses 
see the section, Academic Departments and Course 
Offerings. 

The First and Second Year Electives Catalog includes 
two kinds of elective offerings available to first and 
second year students: journal clubs and mini- 
courses. Although not required to take electives or 
to do research, the faculty encourages participation 
by first and second year students. In addition, first 
year students are encouraged by the Curriculum 




Dr. Mark S. Pecker, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, on teaching rounds with third year students and 
housestaff. 



Interdisciplinary Courses 29 



Committee to consider arranging an Independent 
Tutorial of guided reading and discussion with indi- 
vidual faculty members in the basic sciences. 

The Fourth Year Course Catalog contains a listing of 
all fourth year courses offered through Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College at The New York Hospital. 
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, North 
Shore University Hospital, Hospital for Special Sur- 
gery, Lenox Hill Hospital, and various other institu- 
tions. The Medical College is pleased to accept 
qualified students of medicine for fourth year elec- 
tives from all medical schools fully accredited by 
the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. Visit- 
ing students may participate in up to eight weeks of 
electives at Cornell. Independently designed study 
in the Medical College or electives in other educa- 
tional institutions may be arranged with the ap- 
proval of the student's advisor and the Office of 
Academic Affairs. 

The various Medical College departments will also 
offer courses and opportunities for special study to 
students in the Medical College, to candidates for 
advanced degrees in the Graduate School of Medi- 
cal Sciences, and to qualified students of medicine 
from schools accredited by the Liaison Committee 
on Medical Education. 

Interdisciplinary Courses 

The following interdisciplinary courses are taught 
by faculty from two or more departments and are 
part of Cornell's integrated curriculum. 

Genetics 

Basic Concepts of Human Genetics A twelve hour 
course is presented in the third quarter of the first 
year of the medical college. Consisting of eight lec- 
tures and four small group workshops, the course is 
designed to introduce medical students to the fun- 
damentals of human genetics. Topics to be covered 
include: organization of the genome, linkage 
groups, population genetics, and ethical consider- 
ations. 

Clinical Concepts of Human Genetics A twelve 
hour course is presented in the first quarter of the 
second year of the medical college focusing of the 
clinical applications of human genetics. Selected in- 
herited diseases will be analyzed in depth and used 
to illustrate the considerations which go into the di- 
agnostic, counseling and therapeutic approaches to 
genetic diseases. The course will consist of eight 
lectures and four small workshops. 

Medical Ethics 

By the end of the course, students should be able 
to identify the kinds of ethical issues that commonly 
arise in clinical practice. They should recognize 
that the values of patients, families, and other physi- 



cians may be different from their own, and that 
such differences in values often lead to conflicts. 
Students should be able to identify to whom their 
primary duty is owed. They should recognize the 
need to determine whether the patient and family 
are making decisions from the same set of medical 
facts. Finally, they should demonstrate their abili- 
ties to approach, understand, and reason through 
ethical problems in clinical practice, and to develop 
different strategies to resolve these conflicts. 

The second-year class is randomly divided into 
eight groups of approximately 12-13 students each. 
To bring potentially contrasting points of view to 
the groups, two faculty moderators from different 
specialties are assigned to each group. Finally, to 
enrich the discussions and provide added credibil- 
ity, a faculty "expert" in the relevant specialty area 
rotates through the groups. For example, a surgeon 
would be the rotating expert when the surgery 
cases were discussed. For each discussion, four 
students in each group are each assigned to prepare 
a brief presentation on one case. The assigned stu- 
dent starts off the group discussion by articulating 
his or her thoughts. 

The initial session focuses on differences in values 
in order to help the students recognize how their 
own values may influence their approaches. There- 
after, each group follows a different session se- 
quence to allow the rotating experts to be 
presented during their specialty sessions. Specialty 
areas were geriatrics, medicine, obstetrics, pediat- 
rics, psychiatry, surgery, law and medicine, and 
honesty in medicine and research. 

Pathophysiology 

The Pathophysiology course is the most important 
bridge between the basic and clinical sciences and 
teaches the mechanisms of disease processes, a 
thorough understanding of which is critical to the 
evolution of a medical student into a clinician. The 
goals of this course are to provide students with a 
fund of knowledge in human pathophysiology and 
instruction in the application of this knowledge to 
clinical disease states, thus preparing them for the 
third year clinical clerkships. Information is pre- 
sented on an organ system basis, both by lectures 
and case studies, and, when possible, this informa- 
tion is integrated with the content of the Pathology 
course. 

The Pathophysiology course is directed by the De- 
partment of Medicine and primarily taught by the 
faculty of its various divisions. Other clinical de- 
partments contribute to the teaching of the 
approprite organ systems. 

Frontiers in Biomedical Science 

Offered in both the first and second year curricula, 
these courses run for approximately 22 sessions 



30 Interdisciplinary Courses 



starting in September. They are required of all MD- 
PhD students and open to all MD students who are 
w illing to actively participate. 

The first-year course, Frontiers in Biomedical Sci- 
ence I, centers on current topics and areas of basic 
science that are of biomedical importance. For the 
1992-93 year, unifying themes for the course are: 
structure/function relationships in proteins, nucleic 
acids, and other biomolecules; the role of multicom- 
ponent complexes in biological processes; and the 
structural basis of biological regulatory mechanisms. 
These themes are developed throughout a system- 
atic presentation of topics in molecular biology, bio- 
chemistry, cell biology, developmental biology, and 
neurobiology. 

The second-year course, Frontiers in Biomedical 
Science II, consists of weekly discussion/tutorial 
sessions focusing on experimental approaches to 
important questions in Pathophysiology. Students 
will read and discuss primary research papers with 
local experts in the field. Emphasis will be placed 
on experimental design and methods used in the 
modern laboratory and the relevance of the experi- 
mental results to human disease. Modules to be 
covered include Microbiology, Inflammation, Immu- 
nology, Neoplasia, Neuropathology, Vascular Patho- 
physiology, and Pharmacology. 



Academic Calendar 31 



Academic Calendar 



FIRST YEAR 
1992 

Monday-Friday, August 24- 28 
Tuesday, August 25 

Wednesday, August 26 
Monday, August 31 
Monday, September 7 
Friday, October 23 
Friday-Friday, October 23-30 
Monday, November 2 
Thursday-Sunday, November 26-29 
Saturday, December 19 



Orientation 
Registration 

(for any students who have not registered by mail) 
Opening Exercises 
Instruction begins 
Labor Day Holiday 
First quarter ends 

Reading Period and First Quarter Examinations 
Second quarter begins 
Thanksgiving recess 
Winter recess begins 



1993 

Monday, January 4 
Wednesday, January 13 
Thursday-Friday, January 14-22 
Monday, January 18 
Monday, January 25 
Monday, February 15 
Friday, March 19 
Saturday-Friday, March 20-26 
Saturday, March 27- Sunday, April 4 
Monday, April 5 
Monday, May 3 
Monday, May 28 
Saturday-Friday, May 29-June 4 
Monday, May 31 



Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Second quarter ends 

Reading period and Second Quarter Examinations 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Holiday 
Third quarter begins 
Presidents' Day Holiday 
Third quarter ends 

Reading period and Third Quarter Examinations 
Spring recess 
Fourth quarter begins 
Neuroscience Midterm Examination 
Fourth quarter ends 

Reading Period and Fourth Quarter Examinations 
Memorial Day Holiday 




Fourth year 
medical students 
introduce freshmen 
to Gross Anatomy 
Laboratory during 
Orientation Week. 



32 Academic Calendar 



SECOND YEAR 
1992 

Friday, August 28 

Monday, August 31 
Monday, September 7 
Friday, October 2 
Monday, October 5 
Friday, October 30 
Saturday-Friday, November 1-6 
Monday, November 9 
Thursday-Sunday, November 26-29 
Saturday, December 19 

1993 

Monday, January 4 
Friday, January 15 
Saturday-Friday, January 16-22 
Monday, January 18 
Monday, January 25 
Monday, February 15 
Saturday-Monday, February 20-22 
Tuesday, February 23 
Tuesday, March 16 
Wednesday, March 17 
Friday, March 19 
Saturday-Sunday, March 20-28 
Monday, March 29 
Wednesday, May 19 
Saturday-Friday, May 15-21 
Tuesday- Wednesday, June 8-9 

THIRD YEAR 
1992 

Thursday, July 2 

Monday, July 6 

Thursday, July 16 

Friday, July 17 

Monday, July 20 

Thursday, July 30 

Friday, July 31 

Monday, August 3 

Monday, September 7 

Thursday-Sunday, November 26-29 

Saturday, December 19 



Registration 

(for any students who have not registered by mail) 
Instruction begins 
Labor Day Holiday 
Reading Day 

Microbiology and Immunology Midterm Examination 
First quarter ends 

Reading Period and First Quarter Examinations 
Second quarter begins 
Thanksgiving recess 
Winter recess begins 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Second quarter ends 

Reading Period and Second Quarter Examinations 
Martin Luther King, Jr. s Birthday Holiday 
Third Quarter begins 
Presidents' Day Holiday 
Reading Period 

Pathophysiology Final Examination 
Reading Day 

Pharmacology Final Examination 
Third quarter ends 
Spring recess 
Fourth quarter begins 
Fourth quarter ends 

Reading Period and Fourth Quarter Examinations 
USMLE, Step 1 Examination 



Registration 

(for any students who have not registered by mail) 
Instruction begins 
Reading Day: No classes 

Final Examinations: Introduction to Clinical Years 

Instruction resumes 

Reading Day: No classes 

Final Examination: Radiology 

Instruction resumes 

Labor Day Holiday 

Thanksgiving Holiday 

Winter recess begins 



Academic Calendar 33 



1993 

Monday, January 4 
Monday, January 18 
Monday, February 15 
Saturday-Sunday, April 24-May 2 
Monday, May 3 
Monday, May 31 
Sunday, July 4 
Monday, July 5 
Friday, July 23 

FOURTH YEAR 
1992 

Friday, July 31 

Monday, August 3 
Monday, September 7 
Thursday-Sunday, November 26-29 
Saturday, December 19 

1993 

Monday, January 4 
Monday, January 18 
Monday, February 15 
Friday, May 21 
Tuesday, May 25 
Tuesday, May 25 

Fourth Year Course Modules 

Module A 
Module B 
Module C 
Module D 
Module E 
Module F 
Module G 
Module H 
Module I 
Module J 



Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Holiday 
Presidents' Day Holiday 
Spring recess 
Instruction resumes 
Memorial Day Holiday 
Independence Day 
Independence Day Holiday 
Instruction ends 



Registration 

(for any students who have not registered by mail) 
Instruction begins 
Labor Day Holiday 
Thanksgiving Holiday 
Winter recess begins 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Holiday 
Presidents' Day Holiday 
Instruction ends 
Convocation, 10:00 a.m. 
Commencement, 3:00 p.m. 

August 3 - August 28 
August 31 - September 25 
September 28 - October 23 
October 26 - November 20 
November 23 - December 18 
January 4 - January 29 
February 1 - February 26 
March 1 - March 26 
March 29 - April 23 
April 26 - May 21 



34 Schedules 



Class Schedules 1992-1993 

First Year: 

FIRST QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (8/31/92-10/23/92) 

Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 



9-10 


Biochemistry 




Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 


10- 11 

11- 12 


Gross 
■ Anatomy 


Gross 
Anatomy 


Gross 
Anatomy 


Gr< >SS 
Anatomy 


Biochemistry 
Conference 


12-1 




Elective 




1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2- 3 

3- 4 


Elective 


Elective 


Introduction 
to Medicine 


Psychiatry 


Elective 


4-5 




Elective 




SECOND QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (11/2/92-1/13/93) 

Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 


9-10 


Biochemistry 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 


Gross 
Anatomy 


10- 11 

11- 12 

12- 1 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Gross 
Anatomy 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Gross 
Anatomy 


1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 


Elective 


Weeks 3-5 
Molecular Biology 


Elective 


Biochemistry 
Conference 


Biochemistry 


3- 4 

4- 5 




Elective 




Elective 



Schedules 



THIRD QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (1/25/93-3/19/93) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


9-10 


Physiology 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Physiology 


Physiology 


Physiology 


10-11 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Weeks 1-4: 
Biostatics 


Weeks: 3-4 
Microscopic 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 




11-12 


Anatomy 
Weeks 1-2; 
Physiology 


Elective 


12-1 




Elective 


Conference 
(10-11) 






1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 


Genetics I 


Weeks 5-8: 
Epidemiology 


Genetics I 


Weeks 1-4 
Biostaiistics 
\X t-cks 5-8: 
Epidemiology 


Elective 


3-4 


Elective 




Community 
Health 




4-5 




Elective 


Elective 





FOURTH QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (4/5/93-5/28/93) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 



9-10 


Neuroscience 


Neuroscience 
Weeks 2,4,6,8 


Physiology 


Physiology 


Neuroscience 


10-11 


Physiology 


Neuroscience 
Lab 

Weeks 2,4, 
6,8 


Neuroscience 


Neuroscience 


Physiology 


11-12 


Weeks 3-7: 

Physiology 
Laboratory 
Exercises 


12-1 


1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 


Weeks 3-7: 

Physiology 
Laboratory 
Exercises 


Weeks 2-8: Physi- 
ology Conference 


Psychiatry 


Week 6, 8: 
Physiology 
Review 
Conference 


Elective 


3-4 


Elective 


4-5 


Elective 



36 Schedules 



Second Year 

FIRST QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (8/31/92 -10/30/92) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


8-9 


Pathology 


Microbiology 
and 


Pathology 


Microbiology 
and 


Pathology 


9-10 




Immunology 




Immunology 




10-1 1 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 




Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 




Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


1 1-12 






12-1 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Weeks 3-6: 

Pathology 

Lab 


CPC 


Weeks 1,2,4,5 

Pathology 

Lab 


Weeks 
2,3,4,6,7,9 
Pathology 
Lab 


Weeks 6-8: 
Pathology 


2-3 


Elective 


1-2:30 p.m. 


1-4 p.m. 


1-4 p.m. 


Elective 


3-4 








1-4 p.m. 


4-5 













SECOND QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (11/9/92-1/15/93) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


8-9 


Pathology 
Tutorial I 


Pathology 


Pathology 
Tutorial II 


Pathology 


Pathology 
Tutorial III 


9-10 


Pathophysiology 


Pathology 


10-11 


Pharmacology 




Pharmacology 




Pharmacology 


11-12 








/Patho- 
physiology 




12-1 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Pharmacology 


Genetics 


Pharmacology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathology 


2-3 


Genetics 




Elective 












3-4 


Elective 






Elective 


Elective 


4-5 













Schedules 37 



THIRD QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (1/25/93 -3/19/93) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


o-y 


Pathology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathology 
8-10 a.m. 
Pathophysiology 
10 - 12 noon 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathology 
Tutorial II 


Elective 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathology 
Tutorial III 


q m 

y 1 \J 


Tutorial I 


Weeks 5-8: 
Physical Diagnosis 


Pathology 
Weeks 1-4 / 


Weeks 5-8: 
Physical Diagnosis 


10-11 


Pharmacology 


Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical 
Diagnosis 


Pharmacology 


' 'patho- 
' physiology 
/ Weeks 1-4 


Pharmacology 


11 1 1 

1 1- 1 1 








12-1 


Lunch 


Weeks 1-4: 
CPC 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Weeks 1-7: 
Pharmacology 


Lunch 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pharmacology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 
1-3 p.m. 
Weeks 5-8: 

Psychiatry 
1-4 p.m. 


Weeks 1-3: 
Piitliology 

Weeks 5-7: 
Psithophysiolosy 


2-3 


Weeks 5-8: 

Neurology 
and Physical 
Diagnosis 
4-6 p.m. 


Elective 


Elective 


Elective 


3-4 






4-5 




Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical Diagnosis 
1 : p m 


Elective 


Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical Diagnosis 
4-6 p m 


FOURTH QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (3/29/93-5/19/93) 






Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Tliursday 


Friday 


8-9 


Elective 


Weeks 1-4: 
Parasitology 
8-11 a.m. 

Weeks 5-8: 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

10 a.m. -12 noon 


Elective 


Weeks 1-4: 
Parasitology 
8-11 a.m. 

Weeks 5-8: 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

10 a.m. -12 noon 


Weeks 1 -4- 
Parasitology 


9-10 


Physical 
Diagnosis 


Physical 
Diagnosis 


10-11 


Elective 


11-12 


Elective 


Neurology 


Elective 


Weeks 1-5: 
Neurology 




12-1 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Elective 


Ethics 


Elective 


Psychiatry 


Elective 


2-3 


Neurology 
and Physical 
Diagnosis 




Neurology 
and Physical 
Diagnosis 




Neurology 
and Physical 
Diagnosis 


3-4 


Elective 




4-5 








Elective 





Schedules 



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Cindy Levine, recipient of a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellowship for Medical 
Students, and her sponsor, Dr. David P. Hajjar, Professor of Pathology and Biochemistry 



The Rockefeller University, as seen from the Medical College 



Special Programs 



Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program 

This program offers a small number of highly quali- 
fied college graduates the opportunity to study both 
clinical and biomedical disciplines leading to the 
M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. The combination of basic 
research skills and clinical experience prepares stu- 
dents in the program for teaching and investigative 
careers. Preclinical and clinical training are pro- 
vided by the faculty of Cornell University Medical 
College. Research opportunities are offered in the 
laboratories of the Cornell University Graduate 
School of Medical Sciences, The Rockefeller Univer- 
sity, and the Sloan-Kettering Institute. 

The Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program offers an in- 
tensive and intellectually challenging six to seven- 
year course of study. Participants spend the first 
two years as medical students mastering the 
preclinical sciences and attending research-oriented 
seminars led by experts in the biomedical fields. 
The summer months are spent in the laboratory 
learning experimental techniques and doing re- 
search. The students spend the next three to four 
years as full-time graduate students, mainly doing 
laboratory research and writing the thesis. Research 
training is offered in the following areas: biochemis- 
try, biophysics, cell biology, genetics, immunology, 
molecular biology, neurosciences, pharmacology, 
and physiology. The last year consists of required 
clerkships in medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gy- 
necology, pediatrics, neurology, psychiatry, radiol- 
ogy, public health, and anesthesiology. The six to 
seven-year plan satisfies the minimum residency re- 
quirements for both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. 

A successful applicant will demonstrate excellent 
undergraduate science preparation and a strong 
commitment to combining an investigative career in 
the biomedical sciences with clinical medicine. Ap- 
plicants must satisfy the requirements of each insti- 
tution. All students accepted in the MD-PhD 
Program receive full-tuition scholarships and sti- 
pends to cover living expenses for the entire pe- 
riod. 

For additional information, including application 
procedures, contact: Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Pro- 
gram, Cornell University Medical College, 1300 York 
Avenue, New York, NY 10021 (212/746-6023). 

Research Opportunities 

A number of research opportunities are available 
for students to engage in investigative work in the 
basic or clinical sciences while matriculated at the 



Medical College. Students' time commitment to re- 
search may vary from that of elective periods under- 
taken during the academic year, to summer 
vacations, to full time involvement in research dur- 
ing an academic leave of absence. Medical students 
granted an academic leave of absence to perform 
full time research must pay a matriculation fee to 
maintain enrollment status and remain eligible for 
Medical College housing, the Student Health Plan 
and loan deferment. Funds are available for sum- 
mer research and students may apply for medical re- 
search fellowships in order to support a year off to 
perform investigative work. Prizes are awarded 
each spring for research submitted to the Student 
Research Committee. 

M.D. with Honors in Research 

The goal of the M.D. with Honors in Research Pro- 
gram is to encourage and recognize achievements 
in biomedical research by medical students of 
Cornell University Medical College other than those 
in the MD-PhD programs. In order to obtain the de- 
gree, the student must successfully complete a clini- 
cal or laboratory research project, at Cornell or one 
of its affiliated medical centers, supervised by a 
member of the Cornell faculty who is actively in- 
volved in research. Research projects may be un- 
dertaken at other research institutions with prior 
approval. All projects must be approved by the 
chairman of the participating department and the 
Committee on M.D. with Honors in Research, as 
well as the faculty supervisor. Research work may 
be done at any time during the student's tenure in 
the Medical College. Time commitment to the 
project may vary from summer work and electives 
to a year of full time research. 

Awarding of the degree of M.D. with Honors in Re- 
search will be based upon the quality of the re- 
search project submitted by the student. The 
student should complete a body of work which will 
comprise a scientific paper of a quality suitable for 
publication in a major scientific journal. The re- 
search report, endorsed by the chairman and the 
faculty supervisor of the sponsoring department, will 
be submitted to the Chairman of the M.D. with Hon- 
ors Committee by April 1st of the year of the ex- 
pected degree. The paper, with the student as sole 
or senior author, is reviewed by two referees, ex- 
perts in the area of research, and formally defended 
at a presentation to the M.D. with Honors in Re- 
search Committee. 



-42 Special Programs 



The program is administered by a committee ap- 
pointed by the Dean which has final authority in 
recommending students for the degree. If awarded, 
the student's diploma and transcript will indicate 
that the student had achieved an "M.D. with Honors 
in Research." 

Cornell Scholars 

A career development program funded by the in- 
come from an anonymous gift, the Cornell Scholars 
program is designed to attract unusually promising 
young investigators to the Medical College. Eligible 
candidates must hold M.D. or Ph.D. degrees and 
qualify for the rank of Assistant Professor. Success- 
ful candidates receive research awards in the 
amount of 5200,000, payable over a three-year pe- 
riod. Nominations for the award originate with the 
chairman of the department offering the appoint- 
ment, and selection is based on recommendations 
made after review by an external Advisory Commit- 
tee, consisting of Baruj Benacerraf, M.D., Seymour 
S. Kety, M.D., Arthur Romberg, M.D., Helen 
Ranney, M.D., and James D. Watson, Ph.D. 

The following faculty have received these awards: 

1984: Francis Barauy. Ph.D. (Microbiology), Daniel 
A. Nachshen, Ph.D. (Physiology) (deceased). 
Leonard S. Schleifer, M.D., Ph.D. (Neurology) 

1985; Moses Chao, Ph.D. (Cell Biology and 
Anatomy), David N. Posnett, M.D. (Medicine) 

1986; Joelle Gabay, Ph.D. (Medicine) 

1987; Anthony M.C. Brown ( Cell Biology and 
Anatomy) and Jonathan D. Victor, M.D., Ph.D. 
(Neurology) 




Dr. Anthony M. C. Brown, Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy, and a former Cornell Scholar 



1988: Kuo-Chi Cheng, Ph.D. (Pediatrics), Steven A. 
Goldman, M.D., Ph.D. (Neurology) 

1989; Monika D. Lusky, Ph.D. (Microbiology), Paul 
J. Deutsch, M.D., Ph.D. (Medicine) 

1990; Sandra Citi, Ph.D. (Cell Biology and 
Anatomy), Neil R. Hackett, Ph.D. (Microbiology) 

1991; Michael A. Candy, Ph.D. (Cell Biology and 
Anatomy), Lee W. Riley, M.D. (Medicine/Interna- 
tional Medicine) 

1992, Samuel E. Gandy, M.D., Ph.D. (Neurology 
and Neuroscience), Hugh C. Hemmings, Jr., AI D., 
Ph.D. (Anesthesiology), and David Ron. AI D. 
(Department of Medicine, Division of Alolecular 
Medicine) 

Educational Policies 

Advancement and Graduation 

Qualifications 

The evaluation of students for advancement from 
year to year involves objective criteria and subjec- 
tive judgments similar to those employed in the ad- 
mission process. To be considered for 
advancement, individuals must have satisfactorily 
completed all required medical college course work 
for that year and must demonstrate motivation, ma- 
turity, stability, sound judgment, a sense of respon- 
sibility, and good moral character. In addition to 
proper sensory perception and appropriate cogni- 
tive, motor, and organizational skills, students must 
display the ability to synthesize and apply knowl- 
edge, and possess other attributes deemed essential 
by the faculty to the making of a safe and effective 
physician. 

The Medical College curriculum is divided into four 
successive academic years of four quarters each. At 
the end of each academic quarter, a student's per- 
formance in all required and elective courses is 
evaluated and recorded. The final grade in a 
course is determined by the appropriate department 
after evaluation of student performance in all as- 
pects of the course work, including examinations. 
At the conclusion of each academic quarter, a 
student's overall performance, based on the results 
of evaluations in all of the courses in the curriculum 
of that year, is reviewed by a faculty Committee on 
Promotion and Graduation. 

The purpose of the Guidelines for Promotion and 
Graduation is to detail as clearly as possible the 
procedures to be followed if a student demonstrates 
poor performance in courses or clerkships. 



Educational Policies 43 



Dismissal 

Students may be dismissed for the following rea- 
sons: ( 1 ) failure to pass required course work or to 
remedy failures as provided in the Guidelines for 
Promotion and Graduation, (2) violation of the 
Code of Professional Conduct, which outlines the 
principles of academic integrity expected of every 
Cornell medical student; (3) a determination by the 
faculty, after an opportunity to be heard, of failure 
to meet the standards of fitness for medicine set 
forth in the section on qualifications for adv ance- 
ment and graduation. In addition, any violation of 
the Drug and Alcohol Policy of the Medical College 
will be reviewed to determine fitness for medicine 
as explained in the Student Handbook. 

Graduation 

The award of the degree of Doctor of Medicine at- 
tests to the individual's successful completion of the 
curriculum and qualification to practice the profes- 
sion effectively and skillfully. The faculty does not 
believe that the degree can or should be awarded 
subject to any restrictions or modifications, and re- 
serves the right to withhold the granting of a degree 
to any person whose ability to practice medicine 



safely and effectively is impaired. Graduation from 
Cornell University Medical College fulfills one of the 
requirements necessary to apply for a license as a 
physician in the various states. Most Cornell gradu- 
ates, however, pursue further training. 

Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine 
must be at least 21 years old and be of good moral 
character. They must have completed successfully 
four full courses of at least eight months each as 
regular matriculated medical students. All required 
w < irk of the medical curriculum must be completed 
and all prescribed examinations passed. Every can- 
didate for a degree must pay, or satisfactorily ar- 
range to pay. all accounts due to the University at 
least ten days before Commencement. 

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 
1974 as amended prohibits the release of educa- 
tional records by institutions without the specific 
consent of the student or graduate. 

Any student or graduate may request that an official 
transcript of his or her Medical College record be 
mailed to accredited hospitals and to educational or 
other recognized institutions as credentials in sup- 
port of an application for a position or promotion. 
All official transcripts are embossed with the Cornell 




President Rhodes congratulates a graduate of the Class of 1992 at Commencement Exercises 



44 Educational Policies 



seal and carry the instruction that they are not to be 
turned over to a third party. This rule exists to 
avoid possible loss and fraudulent use of an official 
document of the Medical College. Students or 
alumni may send their requests to the Registrar, Of- 
fice of Academic Affairs, Room C-118, Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College, 1300 York Avenue, New 
York, NY, 10021. 

Medical Licensing 

Graduates of Cornell University Medical College are 
admitted unconditionally to the examination for li- 
cense to practice medicine in the United States. 
Certified students and graduates of Cornell Univer- 
sity Medical College are admitted to the three steps 
of the United States Medical Licensing Examination 
which recently replaced the Federal Licensing Ex- 
amination (FLEX) and the NBME Parts I, II, and III, 
as the single, uniform examination for licensure in 
the United States. For information, write to the 
USMLE Secretariat, 3930 Chestnut Street, Philadel- 
phia, PA 19104. 

Code of Professional Conduct 

Absolute integrity is expected of every Cornell 
medical student in all academic undertakings; he/ 
she must in no way misrepresent his/her work, 
fraudulently or unfairly advance his/her academic 
status, or be a party to another student's breach of 
academic integrity. 

The maintenance of an atmosphere of academic 
honor and the fulfillment of the provisions of this 
Code are the responsibilities of the students and 
faculty of Cornell University Medical College. 
Therefore, all students and faculty members shall 
refrain from any action that would violate the basic 
principles of this Code, in spirit or letter. 

Exemption Policy 

Recognizing the heterogeneous nature of its student 
body and the prior academic achievements of many 
of its members, it is the policy of Cornell University 
Medical College, in order to provide for flexible and 
individualized programs, to permit students who of- 
fer evidence of advanced or special preparation and 
who successfully complete an equivalency examina- 
tion to be excused from one or more required 
courses offered during the first two years in which 
at least eighty-five per cent of the grade is deter- 
mined by written examination. A student who is 
excused from taking a course will be required, in 
lieu thereof, to take advanced work within the con- 
cerned department or, with the concurrence of the 
Chairman and the Senior Associate Dean for Aca- 
demic Affairs, to pursue advanced study in another 
department or discipline. Tuition will not be re- 



duced if a student is exempted from one or two 
courses. For further information on the Medical 
College's Policy on Exemption from Course-work, 
contact the Office of Academic Affairs, 1300 York 
Avenue, New York, NY 10021. 

Visiting and Auditing Students 

Visiting students are candidates for the M.D. degree 
at other LCME-accredited medical schools who have 
been selected and approved to take fourth-year 
elective courses offered by Cornell University Medi- 
cal College. Application to any elective course is 
made through the Office of Academic Affairs. A let- 
ter of recommendation from the Academic Dean of 
the parent medical school and a Student Health 
Form must accompany the student's application. A 
visiting student may participate in no more than 
eight weeks of elective coursework during any aca- 
demic year. The student's parent school must pro- 
vide adequate professional liability insurance to 
cover the student's activities while in attendance to 
Cornell University Medical College. Cornell will not 
charge tuition. 

Auditing students are individuals who attend lecture 
courses at the discretion and with the permission of 
the department chairman. No courses offered by 
clinical departments may be audited. Records will 
not be maintained. Students who audit courses will 
receive no credit, and may not take final examina- 
tions. 

Prizes and Awards 

Prizes and awards are conferred at the Convocation 
of the Medical College which is held in conjunction 
with Commencement exercises in late May of the 
academic year. 

American Medical Women's Association pre- 
sents the Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Award to the 
woman who graduates first in her class, or the Janet 
M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citations to 
those female students who graduate in the top 10% 
of their class. Dr. Maude Glasgow, a 1901 Cornell 
University Medical College graduate, established 
this award in honor of her sister Janet. In 1992, the 
Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Award was presented 
to Eileen M. Bulger. 

Viola Borkon Memorial Prize was established in 
1992 by Mr. Sidney Borkon, in loving memory of 
his wife, Viola Borkon who was a patient of Dr. 
Isadore Rosenfeld, Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
The prize is awarded annually to the student who 
has placed at the top of the class for scholastic per- 
formance upon completion of the pre-clinical cur- 
riculum. 



Prizes and Awards 45 



CIBA Award for Outstanding Community Ser- 
vice This award, a complete set of the Netter Atlas 
Volumes, is offered by the CIBA Pharmaceutical 
Company to a second year student who has per- 
formed laudable extracurricular activity within the 
community. This year's recipient is Jose Gonzalez, 
a member of the class of 1994. Mr. Gonzalez was a 
leader of Cornell's minority high school program, 
which brings 60 students to the Medical College 
over a ten week period to learn about research, ca- 
reers in medicine, and strategies for college en- 
trance and success. In addition, he served as 
student director of the weekend program for re- 
cruiting minority college students to medicine, and 
was a mentor in a community sen ice program at a 
nearby high school which serves disadvantaged low 
achieving students, advising them about college and 
counseling on substance abuse and AIDS. 

Clarence C. Coryell Prize in Medicine was en- 
dowed by a bequest from Dr. Coryell, who gradu- 
ated from the Medical College in 1903. The prize is 
awarded to the student or students having the high- 
est average in medicine through the junior year. 
This prize was awarded to Jennifer B. Baum and 
Craig D. Frances. 

Clarence C. Coryell Prize in Surgery was also en- 
dowed by a bequest from Dr. Coryell. The prize is 
awarded to the student who attains the highest 
marks in surgery during the third and fourth years. 
This prize was awarded to Eileen M. Bulger 

Gustavo Cudkowicz Memorial Prize in 

Immunobiology was given for the first time in 1983. 
It was established by the colleagues, friends and 
family of the late Dr. Gustavo Cudkowicz to per- 
petuate his interest in immunobiology and medical 
education. The prize is awarded by the Student Re- 
search Committee for outstanding research in 
immunobiology. This prize was awarded to Mat- 
thew O. McKeever, Class of 1993- 

Dean's Research Prizes were established in 1984 
with funds made available from an anonymous do- 
nation to the Medical College. Cash awards are 
made to matriculated students in any class for ex- 
cellence in research work submitted to the Student 
Research Committee. These prizes were awarded to 
Scott B. Berger, Roderick K. King, Steven J. 
McClane, Robert G. Maki, and Anne Hermanowski- 
Vosatka. 

Oskar Diethelm Prize for Excellence in Psychia- 
try was established in honor of Dr. Diethelm, 
Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry of 
Cornell University Medical College from 1936 to 
1962. The prize is awarded to the medical student 
who has demonstrated exceptional interest and abil- 
ity in psychiatry through research, clinical activities, 
or scholarly work. Helen B. Simpson was given 
this prize. 



David Drusin Memorial Prize was established by 
his family and friends to recognize both scholastic 
achievement in medicine and those intangible hu- 
man qualities associated with a good physician. 
Candidates for this prize are recommended by the 
Chairman of the Department of Medicine to the 
Dean of the Medical College at the conclusion of 
the third year. The recipients were Karin E. Berger 
and Aryan Shayegani. 

Franklyn Ellenbogen Prize in Hematology- 
Oncology was established by a gift from the 
Franklyn Ellenbogen, Jr., Memorial Foundation in 
honor of Ralph L. Nachman, M.D., the E. Hugh 
Luckey Distinguished Professor in Medicine and 
Chairman of the Department of Medicine. The 
prize is given to a graduating student who has dem- 
onstrated significant evidence of achievement in 
Hematology/Oncology. Thomas C. Lee was 
awarded this prize. 

Sarah O'Laughlin Foley Prize in Clinical Medi- 
cine Dr. William T. Foley, Clinical Professor Emeri- 
tus of Medicine and a member of the class of 1937, 
established this prize in memory of his mother. 
The recipient, a member of the graduating class, is 
selected by the Chairman of the Department of 
Medicine for excellence in clinical medicine. The 
prize was not awarded in 1992. 

Louis Gibofsky Memorial Prize This award was 
established by Mr. Louis Gibofsky 's wife and son. 
Dr. Allan Gibofsky of the Class of 1973. A cash 
prize is offered to the medical student who, in the 
judgment of the Student Research Committee, sub- 
mits the best research paper in nephrology, dialysis, 
transplantation, or immunobiology. In 1992, this 
prize was given to Phillip A. Morales, of the Class of 
1994. 

Good Physician Award was established by Dr. 
Philip Stimson, Emeritus Clinical Professor of Pedi- 
atrics and a member of the Class of 1914. An en- 
graved tray is awarded to that member of the 
graduating class who, by vote of the class, best ex- 
emplifies the intangible qualities of "the good physi- 
cian." John F. Moroney was elected to receive this 
award. 

Charles L. Horn Prize is awarded to a member of 
the graduating class who has demonstrated out- 
standing qualities of leadership and service to the 
medical community. James H. Reichheld was 
awarded this prize. 

Herman L. Jacobius Prize in Pathology was es- 
tablished in 1945 by a gift from Dr. Lawrence 
Jacobius in memory of his son, Herman L. Jacobius 
'39, who gave his life in the Netherlands in World 
War II. The prize is awarded to the student of the 
third- or fourth-year class who, in the opinion of 
the Department of Pathology, merits recognition for 



46 Prizes and Awards 



high scholastic attainment and outstanding perfor- 
mance in pathology. The prize was awarded to 
John F. Moroney. 

George Ladas Prize for Efficiency in Gynecol- 
ogy w as established in 1980 by George Ladas, Class 
of 1927, in memory of his mother. The prize is 
awarded to the medical student who has demon- 
strated the greatest proficiency in gynecology. The 
recipient of the award was Joshua D. Nosanchuk. 

Dr. Harold Lamport Biomedical Research Prize 

An award was established at several medical 
schools by Mrs. Lamport in memory of her hus- 
band, Distinguished Service Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 
The award is given by the Student Research Com- 
mittee for a thesis reporting original biomedical re- 
search. The prize is awarded to a medical student 
while a candidate solely for an M.D. degree. This 
prize was not awarded in 1992. 

Jay Lawrence Award for Clinical Proficiency in 
Infectious Diseases was established in 1988 by 
Mrs. Lawrence in memory of her husband. The re- 



cipient, chosen by the Chief of Infectious Diseases 
and Dr. Charles R. Steinberg, Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine, is awarded to a student who has 
demonstrated excellence in clinical infectious dis- 
eases. Erik D. Salk received this prize. 

Elise Strang L'Esperance Prize in Public Health 

is awarded to the woman student of the graduating 
class who best reflects the attributes and values of 
Dr. L'Esperance, who served on the faculty of 
Cornell University Medical College for forty years. 
The prize was awarded to Eileen M. Bulger. 

Robert M. Lintz Prize for Efficiency in Rheu- 
matic Diseases was established by Dr. Robert M. 
Lintz to be awarded to a member of the graduating 
class for achievement in rheumatic diseases. This 
prize was given to Robert G. Maki. 

George S. Meister Prize in Pediatrics was estab- 
lished in memory of Dr. Meister, Class of 1926 as an 
expression of the esteem in which he was held. 
The prize is derived from a fund contributed to by 
the members of his family, close friends and associ- 
ates, classmates in chemical engineering from New 




Dean Robert Michels with graduates James F. Reichbeld, recipient of the Charles Horn Prize for leadership and 
serine l<> the community, and John F. Moroney, recipient of the "Good Physician" Award, at Convocation, 
May 26, 1992 



Prizes and Awards 47 



York University and his classmates at Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College. First awarded in 1967. the 
prize is given each year for special achievement in 
pediatrics to a member of the graduating class se- 
lected by the department of Pediatrics. Deborah 
Queen Hagler was awarded this prize. 

Alfred Moritz Michaelis Prize for Efficiency in 
General Medicine The prize, awarded for "gen- 
eral efficiency" in the Department of Medicine, was 
established in 1926 in memory of Alfred Moritz 
Michaelis, Class of 1925, who died shortly after his 
graduation. Prizes were awarded to Orion M. 
Howard and Suzanne M. Jan de Beur. 

James A. Moore Prize in Otology This prize, a 
silver medal, is awarded to a student for excellence 
in the field of Otology. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart- 
Gordon established the prize in 1986 in honor of 
Dr. Moore, w ho was Chairman of the Department 
of Otorhinolaryngology from 1947 to 1978. This 
prize was awarded to Arvind Prabhat. 

James A. Moore Scholarship was established in 
1981 by former associates and members of the De- 
partment of Otorhinolaryngology in honor of their 
chairman, Dr. Moore, upon his retirement. The 
award is presented to a student who excels in the 
field of otorhinolaryngology. Arvind Prabhat was 
the recipient of the award. 

Gustave J. Noback Memorial Prize in Anatomy 

was established in 1962 by Miss Berthe Manent, a 
graduate of The New York Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing, in memory of Dr. Gustave J. Noback. Dr. 
Noback will be remembered for his great kindness 
and generosity to all his students, and also for his 
work in research and sculpture. The recipient, a 
student who has performed outstanding work in the 
field of anatomy, is chosen by the Chairman of the 
Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy. The prize 
was awarded to Meenakshi Bhandari, of the Class 
of 1994. 

Gustave J. Noback Memorial Fund for Advanced 
Study and Teaching in the Field of Anatomy 

was established by a second fund from Miss Berthe 
Manent to help meet the needs of young men and 
women entering the field. The recipient of this 
prize is also chosen by the Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Cell Biology and Anatomy. This prize was 
awarded to Deborah Queen Hagler. 

Arthur Palmer Prize for Efficiency in Otorhino- 
laryngology was established by members of the 
Department of Otorhinolaryngology in honor of Dr. 
Palmer, who served as acting chairman of the de- 
partment from 1927 to 1938. The award is given to 
the student in the graduating class who has the best 
record in otorhinolaryngology. This prize was 
awarded to Lisa B. Szubin. 



Joan Severino Parisi Prize in Internal Medicine 

was established in 1989 by Dr. Alfred F. Parisi, Class 
of 1963 in loving memory of his wife, Joan Severino 
Parisi. The prize is awarded to the graduating se- 
nior who, in the judgment of the faculty, has dem- 
onstrated both a warm and caring relationship for 
patients and high level scholastic achievement in In- 
ternal Medicine. The prize was awarded ti > 
Deborah J. Rhodes and Laura I. Vaughan. 

Robert F. Pitts Prize was established by a gener- 
ous gift from the late Robert F. Pitts, former chair- 
man of the Department of Physiology and past 
president of the American Physiological Society. 
The prize is awarded for a research thesis in physi- 
ology presented to a committee headed by the 
Chairman of the Department of Physiology and 
consisting of the Dean and the Chairman of the Stu- 
dent Research Committee as well as the Chairmen 
of the Departments of Physiology at Harvard Medi- 
cal School and Yale University School of Medicine. 
This prize was not awarded in 1992. 

John Metcalf Polk Prizes for General Efficiency 

were established in honor of the son of the first 
dean of the Medical College, John Metcalf Polk, a 
graduate of the Class of 1899, who remained at the 
College as an Instructor until his death in 1904. 
These prizes are the highest scholastic honors a stu- 
dent can achieve at Cornell University Medical Col- 
lege and are awarded to the three students who 
place at the top of the class for scholastic perfor- 
mance in all four years. These prizes were awarded 
to Eileen M. Bulger, Craig D. Frances, and William 
H. Maisel. 

Dean William Mecklenburg Polk Memorial 
Prize was established in memory of William 
Mecklenburg Polk, M.D., L.L.D., first dean of the 
Medical College, who served from 1898 until 1918. 
Two prizes for proficiency in research are awarded 
by the Student Research Committee. Awards were 
made for research theses submitted by David S. 
Battleman, Class of 1994 and Mark A. Weiner, Class 
of 1993. 

Ralph I. Poucher Prize for Proficiency in Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology was established in 1989 
by Mrs. David D. Thompson in memory of her fa- 
ther. The prize is to be awarded to a graduating 
woman student for proficiency in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. This prize was awarded to Eileen M. 
Bulger. 

George G. Reader Prize in Public Health was en- 
dowed in 1992 by friends and colleagues of Dr. 
George Reader, Chairman of the Department of 
Public Health. A cash prize is given to the graduat- 
ing student who, in the judgment of the 
Department's faculty, shows the most promise in 
the field of public health. The recipient was Orion 
M. Howard. 



48 Prizes and Awards 



Gustav Seeligmann Prizes for Efficiency in Ob- 
stetrics was established by an anonymous donor 
in recognition of the work of Dr. Gustav 
Seeligmann, instructor at the Medical College and a 
prominent New York obstetrician in the early 
1900's. The prize is to be awarded to the member 
of the graduating class who has achieved the best 
record in obstetrics. Orion M. Howard was given 
this award. 

Sondra Lee Shaw Memorial Prize Mrs. Joan S. 
Friedman established this prize in memory of her 
sister, Sondra Lee Shaw. This prize is awarded by 
the Student Research Committee to the student who 
has produced an outstanding research paper in the 
field of neurology, pharmacology related to the ner- 
vous system, or behavioral science. This year's re- 
cipient was Lisa R. Battat. 

Paul Sherlock Prize in Internal Medicine This 
prize was established by the members of the Alpha 
Omega Alpha honor society of the Class of 1985 
and the Cornell LIniversity Medical College Alumni 
Association in honor of Dr. Paul Sherlock, Class of 
1954, a popular and respected teacher until his 
death in 1985. The award is presented to the 
graduating student who is pursuing a career in In- 
ternal Medicine and has demonstrated exceptional 
integrity and compassion in caring for patients, as 
exemplified by Dr. Sherlock. The recipient is se- 
lected by vote of the graduating class. The prize 
was awarded to Craig D. Frances. 

Mitchell Spivak Memorial Prize in Pediatrics 

This prize was established in memory of the father 
of Jerry Spivak, Class 1964, and is awarded to that 
member of the graduating class who has achieved 
the best record in pediatrics. This prize was 
awarded to William H. Maisel. 

Faith Stewart-Gordon Prize for Excellence in 
Re habilitation Medicine The recipient of this 
prize should demonstrate a sincere interest in Physi- 
cal Medicine and Rehabilitation and show the most 
promise to excel in that field. This prize was not 
awarded in 1992. 

T. Campbell Thompson Prize for Excellence in 
Orthopedic Surgery was established to recognize 
Dr. Thompson for his interest in teaching and lead- 
ership in the field of orthopedic surgery. Dr. Th- 
ompson was Surgeon-in-Chief of the Hospital for 
Special Surgery from 1955 to 1963. The prize is to 
be awarded to the member of the graduating class 
who has shown greatest proficiency in orthopedic 
surgery. The selection is made by the Dean upon 
recommendation of the faculty and staff of the Hos- 
pital for Special Surgery. David S. Levine and Scott 
W. Rodi were awarded this honor. 



William C. Thro Memorial Prize was established 
in memory of Dr. William C. Thro of the class of 
1901, whose deep interest and devotion to clinical 
pathology found expression in the teaching and 
practice of this subject at his alma mater from 1910 
to 1938. The prize is awarded to the student who 
attains the best record in the pathophysiology 
course. The prize was given to Cynthia LaBella, of 
the Class of 1994. 

Upjohn Achievement Award This award is given 
to a member of the graduating class in recognition 
of outstanding achievement in pharmacology. Con- 
sisting of a cash award and a plaque, the award is 
supported by the Upjohn Company. Craig D. 
Frances was the recipient. 

Alan Van Poznak Award for Excellence in Anes- 
thesiology was established in 1990 by the Depart- 
ment of Anesthesiology in recognition of Dr. Alan 
Van Poznak's contribution and dedication to the 
medical education of Cornell University Medical 
College students. The recipient of this award was 
Michael M. Haile. 

Alan von Kreuter Cancer Research Prize was es- 
tablished in 1991 in memory of Alan von Kreuter, 
whose daughter Betsy and son-in-law Juan Carlos 
Felix graduated from the Cornell University Gradu- 
ate School of Medical Sciences in 1988, and Cornell 
LIniversity Medical College in 1984, respectively. 
Candidates for this prize are recommended by the 
Student Research Prize Committee to the dean of 
the medical College. The prize is awarded to a 
medical student for outstanding research in the ba- 
sic mechanisms of cancer and related diseases. 
John Zebala was the first recipient of this prize. 

Weiss Prize for Excellence in Clinical Medicine 

was established by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weiss in 
1979, as an expression of the high esteem in which 
they hold their physician, Dr. Harvey Klein, William 
S. Paley Professor of Clinical Medicine. The award is 
presented to a member of the graduating class who, 
in the opinion of a committee chaired by Dr. Klein 
and including the Chairman of the Department of 
Medicine, best exemplifies the qualities necessary 
for the attainment of outstanding bedside clinical 
competence in the field of internal medicine. This 
prize was awarded to James H. Reichheld. 

Anthony Seth Werner, M.D., Memorial Prize 

was established by Dr. Aaron S. Werner in memory 
of his son, Dr. Anthony Seth Werner, who, at the 
time of his death in 1968, was Assistant Professor in 
the Department of Medicine. The prize is awarded 
to a member of the graduating class for excellence 
in the study of infectious diseases. This prize was 
awarded to David F. McDermott. 



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Harold G. Wolff Research Prize is presented in the most outstanding piece of original research in 

memory of the late chief of neurology at The New the neurological or behavioral sciences This prize 

York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. The prize is was awarded to Nicholas D. Schiff. 
giv en to the medical student who has completed 




Dean Robert Michels with Dr. Dana Brooks, Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy, recipient of the First Year 
Teaching Award. 



Academic Departments and 
Course Offerings 



Anesthesiology 

Professors Emeriti of Anesthesiology 

J.F. Artusio. Jr., W.S. Howland 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology 

B.E. Marbury 

Professors of Anesthesiology 

J.J. Savarese, Joseph F. Artusio, Jr., Professor of Anes- 
thesiology, chairman; T.J.J. Blanck, M. Okamoto 
(pharmacology), C.E. Short, A. Van Poznak, R.S. 
Wilson 

Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

G.C. Carlon, S.J. Thomas, M.J. Topkins 

Associate Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

V. Malhotra, W.L. Marx, M.G. Pratila, F-S.F. Yao 

Clinical Associate Professors of Anesthesiology 

J.Y.F. Ngeow, K.V. Sanborn, P.F.R. Walker 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Anesthesiology 

A.F. Kopman, B.W. LIrban 

Assistant Professors of Anesthesiology 

D. Amar, R.G. Barile, L.R. Barr, M. Belmont, R.A. 
Borchardt, S.L. Cohen, G.G. Curtis, O.E. Delvalle, 
D.P. Desiderio, M.H. Dinner, D.N.S. Duch (physiol- 
ogy), H.L. Erlanger, M.E. Fischer, J. Fong, M.C. 
Gomillion, G.S. Hartman, H.C. Hemmings, Jr., S. 
Jain, A.F. Kass, R.E. Kelly, A.D. Kestenbaum, H.D. 
Koff, A.C. Kolker, R.A. Kross, T.T. Kudlak, C.A. 
Lien, L.J. Maggio, R.H. McDowall, J.A. Melendez, 
A.K. Mills, E. Recio-Pinto (physiology), H.L. Rosner, 
L.A. Rubin, C.S. Scher, R.L. Slepian, D.G. Susman, 
A.C. Thome, L.S. Turner, R.A. Veselis, J.D. Wasnick, 
M.D. Weibman, M.L. Weinberger, J. Weingram, D. 
Wray 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Anesthesiology 

F.M.F. Gadalla, P. Illner, J. P. Ragasa, E. Sia-Kho 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Anesthesiology 

L.L. Balazs, G.Z. Brooks, C.R. Edmonds, M.A. Gor- 
don, D.S.T. Green, J.T. Herbert, R.L. Kahn, R.H.S. 



King, R.C. Lin, A.G. Messina, M.B. Meyers, C.J. 
Militana, D.J. Nardi, T.J. Quinn, D.I. Richman, J.J. 
Roch, K.J. Rosenbaum, R.A. Rossi, H. Sayegh, N.E. 
Sharrock, L.D. Silver, N.K. Sudan. R.H. Taff, M.K. 
Urban, W.F. Urmey, H.D. Wulfson, V.M. Zayas 

Instructors in Anesthesiology 

A. Grunberg, G.E. Kerr, S.F. Modlin, F. Moses-Grant, 
O.R. Patafio, J.D. Shorser, R. Tamilian, C. Toth 

Clinical Instructors in Anesthesiology 

R. Cesar, A.C.K. Cheng, P.H. Dalecki, W.J. Ennis, III, 
H. Green, S. Gunasti, J.W. Konovitch, I.C. Lin, R.C. 
Natoli, J. P. Palma, M. Schnapp, H. Shifrin, J.E. 
Singer, A.T. Zimbard 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

The Department of Anesthesiology participates in 
the teaching of Pharmacology. Anesthetic agents 
are considered, not only as depressants of the cen- 
tral nervous system, but also as illustrations of the 
general pharmacological phenomena of uptake and 
distribution kinetics. The department also assists in 
teaching about drugs that affect respiratory mecha- 
nisms. It participates in lectures, laboratory demon- 
strations, and student seminars. 

Third Year 

Anesthesiology is taught in seminar-discussion peri- 
ods during the Clerkship in Surgery. The subjects 
covered are: cardiac and respiratory resuscitation, 
the medical care of the surgical patient, respiratory 
therapy, and the evaluation, diagnosis, and treat- 
ment of pain. 

Fourth Year 

Anesthesiology Clerkship In the two week clerkship, 
mornings are spent in the operating room with an 
attending anesthesiologist with fourth-year clerks 
participating in administration of clinical anesthesia, 
or in the surgical I.C.LI, either in The New York 
Hospital, Memorial Hospital or The Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Afternoon didactic lecture series 
include: specific medical student lectures, seminars 
with resident anesthesiologists and professors' 
rounds. 



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Elective Courses 

Fourth Year 

An elective clinical or research program is offered 
by the department to fourth-year students. Each 
student is assigned to an attending anesthesiologist. 
Students spend their time with the attending anes- 
thesiologist, making preoperative visits, administer- 
ing anesthesia, and in postoperative and recovery 
care. Emphasis is placed on respiratory physiology, 
therapy, and resuscitation. Progressive participation 
and responsibility is given to the student. A second 
clinical elective is offered in the treatment of pain 
by the use of nerve block techniques, transcutane- 
ous stimulation and injection of trigger points for 
the treatment of myofascial pain. This experience 
encompasses The New York Hospital and Memorial 
Hospital in the differential diagnosis and care of pa- 
tients with acute and chronic pain. A research elec- 
tive can be arranged either at The New York 
Hospital or Memorial Hospital for individual stu- 
dents. 

Research Opportunities 

Students are encouraged to participate in ongoing 
research projects in the Department of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Active research include the pharmacokinetics 
and pharmacodynamics of neuropharmacology of 
anesthetic agents, effect of anesthetics on ion chan- 
nels and mechanisms of ischemia. Students will 
have a hands on experience in the laboratory, while 
learning basic research principles. 

Biochemistry 

Professors Emeriti of Biochemistry 

B. L. Horecker, A. Meister, Israel Rogosin Professor 
Emeritus of Biochemistry, J.R. Rachele 

Professors of Biochemistry 

E.M.G. Breslow, acting chairman; A.L. Boskey, O.W. 
Griffith, D.P. Hajjar (pathology), R.H. Haschemeyer, 
A. Novogrodsky, A.L. Rubin, R.L. Soffer (medicine), 
K.H. Stenzel, M. Suthanthiran (medicine) 

Research Professor of Biochemistry 

A.J.L. Cooper 

Adjunct Professors of Biochemistry 

C. Monder (pediatrics), S. Udenfriend 

Associate Professors of Biochemistry 

R.R. Riggio (medicine), H.D. Robertson, S.S. Tate, 

D. Wellner 

Associate Professors of Clinical Biochemistry 

J.S. Cheigh (medicine), G.F. Fairclough, Jr., M. 
Fotino, J.D. Gass, E.T. Schubert (pathology), J. F. 
Sullivan 



Associate Research Professor of Biochemistry 

T.S. Parker 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Biochemistry 

A.W. Scotto (medicine), H. Gilder, J. Goldstein, J. M. 
Manning 

Assistant Professors of Biochemistry 

M.E. Anderson, M.E. Burt (surgery), D.M. Levine 

Required Courses 

Biochemistry Required course for all first-year 
medical students offered during the first and second 
quarters. First quarter lectures are: M, W, Th, F 9- 
10. Second quarter lectures are: M, W, Th 9-10; F 2- 
3. Group conferences are also held each week as 
follows: first quarter, F 10-1; second quarter, Th 2-5. 

Designed for medical and graduate students, the 
course emphasizes the biochemical principles fun- 
damental to medical problems. Basic biochemical 
information will be presented and integrated with 
selected nutritional and health problems of concern 
to physicians and scientists, by means of lectures, 
group conferences, and clinical discussions. 

Topics covered in the course are: Chemical and 
physical properties of biomolecules, including pro- 
teins and nucleic acids, enzymology, molecular bi- 
ology, metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, amino 
acids, purines and pyrimidines. Special topics and 
clinical problems are presented. Emphasis is also 
placed on relationships between abnormalities of 
molecular structure or metabolic pathways and dis- 
ease processes. This course is also offered to stu- 
dents of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences 
and is required for students who major or minor in 
Biochemistry. Various faculty members. 

Members of the Biochemistry faculty participate in 
the Human Genetics and Frontiers in Biomedical 
Science courses, which are described in Interdisci- 
plinary Courses. 

Elective Courses 

These include Advanced Biochemistry (described 
below) and short courses providing in-depth cover- 
age of selected biochemical topics as detailed in the 
Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

Advanced Biochemistry A course offered jointly 
by the faculties of the Medical College and Sloan- 
Kettering Divisions. The course consists of a series 
of lectures covering topics such as methods for the 
study of size and shape of macromolecules, mo- 
lecular biology, information transfer, membrane 
structure and function, and other subjects of current 
research interests. These subjects will be taught at 
an advanced level with particular attention to con- 
tributions of recent research. Minimal prerequisite is 
the Biochemistry course (described above) or its 



52 Cell Biology 



equivalent. The course is required for students in 
the Graduate School who major or minor in Bio- 
chemistry and is offered as an elective for medical 
students. Third quarter. D. Wellner and staff. 

Research Opportunities 

By arrangement with the chairman of the depart- 
ment. 

Cell Biology and Anatomy 

Professors Emeriti of Cell Biology and Anatomy 

T.C. Rodman, R.C. Swan, Joseph C. Hinsey Professor 
Emeritus of Cell Biology and Anatomy 

Professors of Cell Biology and Anatomy 

D.A. Fischman, Harvey Klein Professor of Biomedi- 
cal Sciences, chairman; R.F. Bachvarova, J.M. 
Bedford (obstetrics and gynecology), D.C. Brooks. 
M.V. Chao, W.D. Hagamen, E. Rodriguez-Boulan. 
Joseph C. Hinsey Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy, J. I.. Sirlin, J.A. Wagner (Clinical neurology 
in psychiatry) 

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Anatomy in Cell 
Biology and Anatomy 

A.E. Inglis (surgery) 

Associate Professors of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

D.M. Bader, DJ. Falcone (pathology), F.G. Girgis, 
L.L. Moldawer (surgery), J.D. Pardee, P. Traktman. 
J.C. Weber 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

M.D. Hamburg 

Visiting Associate Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

F.C. Reinach 

Assistant Professors of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

A. M.C. Brown, M.A. Caudy, S. Citi, R.M. Duvoisin 
(ophthalmology), S.M. Goldfine (medicine), T. 
Mikawa, B.V. Paynton (obstetrics and gynecology), 
J R. Sparrow (ophthalmology) 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy 

B. A. McGuire, A.D. Saad 
Educational Goals 

The study of medicine reasonably begins with the 
study of the normal structure of the human body, 
for the first question usually asked in any analysis 



of a biological system is: What are its spatial rela- 
tions, its forms, its configuration, and the time 
courses of development of these spatial relations? 
This is the substance, and this is the unique aspect 
of biological systems that constitute the anatomical 
sciences. 

The objective is to bring this unique aspect of the 
human organism into focus for the first-year medi- 
cal student and to present the major structural con- 
cepts and principles. The presentation aims toward 
some appreciation of how these concepts have 
evolved, how these principles have been estab- 
lished, and what the outstanding questions are. 
The student is provided with first-hand experience 
in some of the methods of structural analysis at sub- 
microscopic levels and is encouraged to understand 
the principles and major limitations of most of the 
modern methods of cell biology and anatomy. 
Foregoing a comprehensive, but necessarily superfi- 
cial, study of human structure, an analysis is offered 
of representative structures, aiming to develop in 
the student confidence and competence for further 
independent study of anatomy in the years ahead. 
However powerful and indispensable current ana- 
tomical concepts are in the analysis of medical 
problems, they will eventually be replaced in the 
minds of the best physicians by much more power- 
ful concepts. 

The supervised study of anatomy is organized into 
three courses which are scheduled over all four 
quarters of the first year. Gross Anatomy is taught 
in a regional manner in the first two quarters. The 
Cell Biology-Microscopic Anatomy and Neuro- 
science courses are organized around structural and 
functional systems; they are taught in the second, 
third and fourth quarters. Each of these courses em- 
phasizes laboratory participation under the direct 
supervision of a faculty member. 

A major emphasis of this department is the focus of 
research at cellular and subcellular levels of organi- 
zation, for it is apparent that modern therapeutics 
will ultimately be based on a comprehensive 
knowledge of cellular functions. Thus, several elec- 
tive courses are available which probe gene expres- 
sion, details of subcellular structure and function, 
and developmental biology. 

Required Courses 
First Year 

Cell Biology and Microscopic Anatomy The 

structure of cells, their organization into tissues and 
organs, and basic concepts of how structure 
subserves function are considered. Concepts of dif- 
ferentiation and gene expression, which provides a 
basis for the understanding of the properties of cells 
and tissues, are presented. A comprehensive and 
systematic study of structure from the ultrastructural 
to the macroscopic level is pursued in the labora- 



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tory with emphasis on individual study of histologi- 
cal sections with the light microscope. 

Gross Anatomy Regional anatomy is studied prin- 
cipally through dissection of the human body. 
Supplementing this are prosections by instructors, 
tutorial group discussions, and radiographic demon- 
strations. 

Developmental Biology and Embryology. A lecture 
series is presented in parallel with Gross Anatomy 
introducing modern concepts of development and 
organ morphogenesis. 

Neuroscience The gross and microscopic structure 
of the brain and spinal cord is taught in an interde- 
partmental course in neuroscience in cooperation 
with the Departments of Neurology and Neuro- 
science, and Physiology and Biophysics. Lectures 
correlate the structure, function, and clinical signifi- 
cance of the principal concepts of the nervous sys- 
tem. Opportunity is provided in the laboratory for 
gross dissection of the preserved human brain and 
for the study of the serial histological sections of the 
human brain in three different planes. 

Elective Courses 

Advanced Cell Biology Advanced courses in cell 
biology covering topics in membrane biology, 
cytoskeleton and cell motility, muscle cell biology, 



and aspects of nuclear structure and chromosome 
organization. The course will include lectures and 
group discussions of assigned research papers. Pre- 
requisite: completion or concurrent enrollment in 
microscopic anatomy, or previous background in 
basic cell biology. First and second quarters, 1993- 
1994. Offered in alternate years, Drs. Fischman and 
Massague. 

Developmental Biology Principles of descriptive, 
experimental, and molecular developmental biology 
will be presented, using several animal systems as 
examples. Farly development of the whole organ- 
ism, and of cells, tissues, and organs will be consid- 
ered. Third and fourth quarters, 1992-1993- 
Offered in alternate years. Drs. Bachvarova and 
Bader. 

Practicum in Light and Electron Optics Lecture 
and laboratory course on the practical aspects of 
light and electron microscopy in contemporary cell 
biology. Topics to be covered include: Theory' of 
TEM, SEM, and STEM electron optics, fixation, thin 
section specimen preparation, scanning electron mi- 
croscopy specimen preparation, negative staining, 
rotary shadowing, nucleic acid spreading, EM auto- 
radiography, fluorescence, phase contrast and laser 
scanning confocal microscopy. Prerequisites: Pass- 
ing grade in microscopic anatomy/cell biology, and 
instructor approval. Eight students maximum en- 




Dr. Donald Fischman, Chairman of the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, with incoming students at 
Opening Exercises 



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rollment. A $300.00 laboratory fee will be required 
of all students. Fourth quarter, eleven weeks, 1992- 
1993- Offered in alternate years. Dr. Fischman and 
Ms. Cohen-Gould. 

Topics in Molecular Genetics The class will fo- 
cus on key topics of molecular biology concerning 
gene structure and organization in prokaryotes and 
eukaryotes, chromosome structure, DNA replication, 
protein synthesis and translational and transcrip- 
tional control. The use of genetic, biochemical, and 
molecular biological methods to study the questions 
experimentally will be covered in depth. Some top- 
ics of current interest such as immune diversity, 
oncogenes, and development will also be covered. 
The course will include an equal number of lectures 
and group discussions of representative research 
papers. Prerequisite: Background in biological sci- 
ences. Limited to 20 students. First and second 
quarters, 1992-1993- Offered in alternate years. 
Drs. Chao and Traktman, et al. 

Research Opportunities 

Opportunities for laboratory research are available 
for one or more quarters under the tutelage of 
faculty members in the department. Projects are 
available in cell motility and the cytoskeleton, mem- 
brane biology, viral replication, oncogenesis, devel- 
opmental biology, neuroanatomy or computer 
science. Interested students should contact Dr. 
Fischman for further information. 

Medicine 

Professors Emeriti of Medicine 

A.G. Beam, J. H. Burchenal, F. Daniels, Jr., J. E. 
Deitrick, R.L. Engle, Jr., S.J. Hadley, E.C. Lambertsen 
(nursing), W.P.L. Myers, R.E. Peterson, G.G. Reader 
(public health), M.E. Shils, L. Thomas, D.D. Thomp- 
son 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Medicine 

E.J. Cohen, W.J. Eisenmenger, W.T. Foley, C.E. 
Forkner, Sr., R.H. Freyberg, W.H. Kammerer, B.H. 
Kean, W.J. Messinger, AT. Milhorat, M.A. Payne, 
A.E. Timpanelli, I.S. Wright 

Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of 
Medicine 

C.A. Berntsen, Jr., R.T. Binford, Jr., J.L. Brown, Jr., 
G.L. Kauer, Jr., D.S. Kent, H. Koteen, W.C. Robbins, 
A.W. Seligmann, L. Strauss, M. Tulin, L.B. Turner 

Professors of Medicine 

R.L. Nachman, E. Hugh Luckey Distinguished Profes- 
sor in Medicine, chairman, D. Armstrong, D.V. 
Becker (radiology), J. R. Bertino, J.P. Blass (neurol- 
ogy), R.S. Bockman, M.l). Bogdonoff, J.S. Borer, 
Gladys and Roland Harriman Professor of Cardio- 
vascular Medicine, G.J. Bosl, M.S. Bruno, R.G. 



Campbell, D.M. Carter, M.V. Chao (cell biology and 
anatomy). N. Chiorazzi, C.L. Christian, Joseph P. 
Routt Professor of Rheumatic Diseases in Medicine, 
B.D. Clarkson, V.T. De Vita. Jr., K B. Devereux, S.M. 
Friedman, Z.Y. Fuks (radiation oncology), M.C. 
Gershengorn, Ahhy Rockefeller Mauze Distinguished 
Professor of Endocrinology in Medicine, D. W. 
Golde, G.W. Hambrick, Jr., R.W. Houde, E.A. Jaffe, 
W.D. Johnson, Jr., B.H. Kean Professor of Tropical 
Medicine, L.J. Kagen, A. Kappas, R.P. Kimberly. LL. 
Klein. P.D. Kligfield, J.H. Laragh, Hilda Altschul 
Master Professor of Medicine, C.J. Lightdale, M. 
Lipkin, T. Maack (physiology), A.J. Marcus, P.A. 
Marks, N.S. McNutt (pathology), J. Mendelsohn, 
H.W. Murray, C. Nathan, Stanton Griffis Distin- 
guished Professor of Medicine, A. Novogrodsky (bio- 
chemistry), H.F. Oettgen, T.G. Pickering, M.M. 
Reidenberg (pharmacology), R.A. Rifkind, R.S. 
Rivlin, R.B. Roberts, D.A. Roe (nutrition), A L. Rubin 
(biochemistry), H.S. Ruchlin (public health). B. 
Safai, T.A. Sanborn, L. Scherr, David J. Greene Dis- 
tinguished Professor of Medicine at North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, J. Silver (cellular biology), G.W. 
Siskind, R.L. Soffer, M. Sonenberg, K.H. Stenzel 
(biochemistry), P.E. Stokes (psychiatry), M. 
Suthanthiran, V P. Vinciguerra, B.B. Weksler, M.E. 
Weksler, Irving Sherwood Wright Professor of Geriat- 
rics, B.M. Wilkes, C.W. Young 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

J.S. Cheigh, T.J. Degnan, A.W. Feinberg, J.G. Hayes, 
Irene F. and I Roy Psaty Distinguished Professor of 
Clinical Medicine, T.E. Kiehn (clinical microbiol- 
ogy), H. Klein, William S. Paley Professor of Clinical 
Medicine, K. Mayer, R.A.R. Pritchett, R.R. Riggio, 
A.H. Samiy, S. Scheidt, H.M. Thomas, III, R.J. 
Timberger, S.J. Winawer 

Research Professors of Medicine 

W. Kreis, J.E. Sealey (physiology) 

Clinical Professors of Medicine 

E.L. Bodian, M. Coleman, R.G. Douglas Jr., M. 
Dworetzky, H.R. Erie, H. Goldin, B.I. Korelitz, A.B. 
Ley, N.T Macris, I. Nydick, F.S. Perrone, R.A.R. 
Pritchett, J. Richard, I. Rosenfeld, R.T. Silver, J.P. 
Smith, H. Steinberg, D.P. Torre, L.A. Wallis, A.L. 
Winston, J.F. Wittmer 

Adjunct Professors of Medicine 

M il. Alderman, L.M. Aledort, C.W. Bardin, C.B. 
Chapman, Z.A. Cohn, E.D. Crandall, L. Ellenbogen 
(nutrition), P.C. Harpel, J. Hirsch, T.C. Jones, W.R. 
Levis, P.D. Marsden (public health), K.E. Mott, H. 
Rocha, C. Sanders, A. Tomasz (microbiology), S. 
Ulick 

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Medicine 

J.A. Barondess 



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Associate Professors of Medicine 

A. S. Asch, S.A. Atlas, P. August, R.L. Braham, M.E. 
Charlson, M.K. Crow, A. Ding (biochemistry), K.B. 
Elkon, B.F. Farber.J.E. Gabay (microbiology), J. L. 
Gabrilove, M. Gardy, P.K. Gregersen, K.A. Hajjar 
(pediatrics), W W. Hall, L.B. Harrison (radiation 
oncology), E.M. Herrold, C.A. Hochreiter, A.N. 
Houghton, J R. Hurley (radiology), J. L. Imperato- 
McGinley, M.H. Kaplan, H.L. Katzeff, D.L. Keefe, 

D. P. Kelsen, T.K.C. King, M.G. Kris, J.C Laurence, 

B. B. Lerman, D.E. Matthews (biochemistry), B. 
McCormick (radiation oncology), D.H. Miller, B.D. 
Minsky (radiation oncology), J.B. Morrison, F. 
Mueller, L. Norton, P.M. Okin, J.W. Pape, D.N. 
Posnett, A.B. Rifkind (pharmacology), B. Rigas, C. 
Russo, J.E. Salmon, R. Schwab (immunology), R.L. 
Silverstein, R. Soave, P. Vanamee, R.P. Warrell, Jr., 
A.M. Weinstein, S.DJ. Yeh 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

S.L. Allen, O.P. Ameisen, D.R. Bajorunas, A.G. 
Bellucci, R.L. Bronzo, A.E. Brown, D.R. Budman, 

E. S. Casper, V.E. Currie, L.M. Drusin (public health), 
T.J. Fahey, Jr., T.R. Fields, CD. Flombaum, T.S. 
Gee, A. Gibofsky, I.S. Goldman, B R. Gordon, J. 
Gottridge, J.S. Groeger, M. Isaacs, I.M. Jacobson, 
R.J. Kaufman, N.E. Kemeny, S.E. Krown, R.C. Kurtz, 
J.S. Lieberman, C.R. MacKenzie, S.K. Magid, L.U. 
Mailloux, S.J. Mann, D. Margouleff, J.A. Markenson, 
M.J. McKinley, I.J. Miller, P.F. Miskovitz, A. Moore, 
R.T. Mossey, P.L. Myskowski, J. P. Nicholson, M. 
Ochoa, Jr., L.Y.C. Ong, V.T. Padmanabhan, S.A. 
Paget, M.S. Pecker, M.K.M. Pierri, C.S. Portlock, L.M. 
Reich, P.M. Reiser, J.T. Ruggiero, S.D. Saal, M.J. 
Schiff, M.P. Schori, P. Schulman, G.M. Shepherd, M. 
Shike, C. Steinberg, C.L. Storey-Johnson, D.E. Sto- 
ver, D.J. Straus, J.F. Sullivan (biochemistry), J. C.L. 
Wang, L.R. Weiselberg, G.S. Weissman, I. Zanzi 

Associate Research Professors of Medicine 

M.J. Broekman (biochemistry), M-J.F. Camargo, S.M. 
Goyert (immunology), G.D. James (physiology), N. 
Noy (physiology), J. Pinto (biochemistry), A.W. 
Scotto (biochemistry), P. Szabo (molecular biology) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Medicine 

S. Advocate, W.A. Anderson, T.G. Argyros, R.S. 
Ascheim, R.A. Baer, R.J. Baliff, S.B. Baaich (physiol- 
ogy and biophysics), K.J. Berenyi, M.R. Berenyi, H. 
Bienenstock, R.B. Birrer, D.S. Blumenthal, B.H. 
Boal, N. Brachfeld, B.D. Brause, M.S. Brower, D.J. 
Cameron, D.B. Case, J.P. Christodoulou, V.A. 
Cipollaro, R.P. Cohen, M.W. Conovitz, D.S. Cox, 
M.E. Cramer, R.J. Dresdale, A.L. Edwards, A.N. 
EhrUch, E. Ettinger, G.A. Falk, J.D. Fisher, J.T. Flynn, 
J.E. Franklin, Jr., A.H. Freiman, R.M. Fuchs, D.L. 
Globus, B.H. Goldberg, C.H. Goodrich, G.W. 
Gorham, E.J. Greenberg, B.J. Hartman, R.A. 
Herrmann, I.R. Hoffman, D.W. Hoskins, N.J. Isaacs, 




Dean Robert Micbels with Dr. Carol L. Storey- 
Johnson, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, 
recipient of the Elliot Hochstein Teaching Award 



M.L. Jampol, S. Katz, M. Kurtz, L.R. Lese, R.N. Levy, 
CM. Lewis, M.G. Lewisohn, D.M. Libby, N.M. Luger, 
R.J. Mahler, P.L. Margulies, D.G. McKaba, A.W. 
Mead, M.F. Michelis, D.G. Miller, M.W. Pasmantier, 
R.A. Pizzarello, P.G. Prioleau, T.N. Roberts, N. 
Rosenthal, R.A. Schaefer, L.H. Schuyler, E. Schwartz, 
S.D. Shappell, C. Sheard, R.L. Sherman, G.M. 
Silverman, H.A. Solomon, L.S. Sonkin, A.J. Szabo, 
R.T. Todaro, G.I. Wadler, C.G. Weiman, H.S. Weiss, 

A. O. Wells, J.M. Wertheim, D.J. Wolf, M.J. Wolk, 
M.A. Zullo 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Medicine 

B. S. Danes, H.R. Dettelbach (physiology), J.D. 
Frengley, R. Friedman (psychology), M.J. Kreek, L.J. 
Machlin (nutrition), J.J. Preibisz, S.G. Reed (microbi- 
ology), S. Sassa, I.M. Spitz, I. Weitzman (microbiol- 
ogy) 

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professors of 
Medicine 

I. Gelb, LA. Kourides 

Visiting Associate Professor of Medicine 

G.J. Goodfield (biomedical science and social 
policy) 



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Assistant Professors of Medicine 

L.J. Aronne, RJ. Badaro, D.F. Bajorin, D. 
Bandyopadhyay (biochemistry), C.L. Bardes, G.W. 
Bergman, E. Berman, J.A. Blair, S.G. Blank (physiol- 
ogy), J.D. Blumenfeld, D.J. Brillon, D.F. Catanzaro 
(physiology), T.C. Chaly (biochemistry), M-D.Y. 
Chang (immunology), E.K. Chartash, T.J. Cohen, 
J.T. Cooke, D.J. Cooper, R.B. Cooper. J R. Dahl 
(biophysics), A.J. Dannenberg, L.C. DeMarco, E. 
Dmitrovsky, J.B. Dougherty, P. Dutta (nutrition), 
A.M-C. Eng. O.R. Etingin. D.E. Fass (radiation 
oncology), J. L. Fernandez, J. V. Fetten, L.L. Fisher, 
R.A. Furie, B. Gansbacher, L.M. Gerber 
(epidemology), W. Gerin (psychology), A.E. 
Gharavi, M.F. Giordano, D.F. Glickman, S.M. 
Goldfine (cell biology and anatomy), S.M. 
Goodman, S.J. Green, S.C. Gulati, H.J. Guzik, L.A. 
Harris. D C. Helfgott, B.L. Hempstead, B.E. Hirsch, 
J.L. Ho, J.I 5 . Hollenberg, L B. [vashkiv, J.L. Jacobs. 

A. A. Jakubowski. R.J. Kaner, S. Katz, D.S. Kayden, 

B. Kazenoff, J.E. Kolitz, A. Lambroza, B.S. Levine 
(nutrition), Y. Li (immunology), S.M. Lichtman, S.M. 
Lipson (microbiology), S.K. Lo (physiology), M P. 
Luber (psychiatry), J. H. Ma, S. Madhavan (public 
health), N.M. Magid, J.S. Mandelblatt, T.A. 
McCaffrey (cell biology), C.J. McDougall, E.M. Mel- 
low, R. Mirchandani, R.J. Motzer, K. Offit, E.J. 
Fairish, B.W. Polsky, K.B. Pomerantz (physiology), 
B.S. Reichman. L.W. Riley, N. Roistacher, M.J. Ro- 
man, P.G. Russo, A.D. Salbe (nutrition), A.E. Sama, 
D.L. Santini, D.A. Scheinberg, H.I. Scher, Y.R. 
Schlussel (sociology), JY. Schnader, M.W. Schuster, 
N.S. Schwartz, S. Schwartzman, R.A. Scott, C.R. 
Shea, D.H. Shepp, S.K. Sikder (microbiology), A.M. 
Spokojny, K.E. Squires, MY. Stoeckle, A.T. Stopeck, 
T.P. Szatrowski, B.C. Tommasulo, J. Torre, A.F. 
Tucci, V. Utermohlen (nutrition), M.C. Varghese, 
D.C. Wallerson, S.A. Weinerman, L.L. Weinstein, S. 
Welt, D.A. White, Q-W. Xie (molecular biology), J. 
Yahalom (radiation oncology), J.W. Young, D.S. 
Zhukovsky, B.E. Zola, M.M. Zukowsky 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

T.B. Hakes, D.J. Nelson, R.L. Savillo, J.E. Sotelo, 
M.B. Walsh 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Medicine 

H E. Abel. R.R. Abel, S.A. Abu-Regiaba, B.D. Agins, 
R. Allan (psychology), D.M. Appelbaum, J. 
Appelbaum, F.P. Arena, E.M. Aronow, G.S. Bahr, 
P.J. Bianocco, R.W. Baker, B. Benjamin, A.J. Binder, 
B.J.R. Blom, M.E. Bloomfield, M.J. Bradford, K.H. 
Brand, R.G. Brayton, W.J. Breen, D.M. Breidbart, 
R.W. Brown, K.R. Brunckhorst, M.N. Bush, J.J. 
Castronuovo, M.M. Chait, D.R. Chiarieri, P.J. 
Chrzanowski, S.D. Clark, B.H. Cohen, B.E. Cohen, 
D.E. Cohen, M.L. Cohen, C.S. Connolly, L.B. 
Cooperman, N.L. Coplan, L.R. Corn, J. A. Cramer, 
T.F. Cunningham, H A. Delli Bovi, E.E. DePasquale, 



VI T. Diamond, K. Dittmar, J.C. Dreyfus, III, M.P. 
Edelstein, J. A. Erlebacher, F.A. Evanov, C.S. Farber, 
S. Farber, J.A. Farrat, M. Feinstein, K.W. Franklin. 
M.H. Gardenswartz, M.L. Gaynor, B. Gentin, E.R. 
Gillman, J.S. Gitlin, W.P. Given, Jr., D. Gluck, H.L. 
Goldberg, J. Goldberg, M.D. Goldberg, S.M. 
Goldberg, M.J. Goldstein, J. H. Gordon, K.M. Granet, 
J. Greenspan, S.E. Greenstein, W.R. Griffo, P A. 
Hamlin. C.C. Hart, E. Haughney, M. Heilbraun, A.D. 
Heller, E.I. Henry, A.C. Hill, E.R. Hoffer, E. Ho- 
Kung, J.S. Hong, I. Horowitz, M.L. Hundert, F.W. 
Iacobellis, B. Inkeles, L.A. Inra, M.L Jacobs, C.I. 
Jarowski, Jr., M.K.Jason, H.H.Jay, S.L. Kellman, 
E.R. Klaw, L. Klein, B.J. Klyde, R.A. Kolchin, L.E. 
Kramer. H.S. Kushner, P. Kuslansky, R.T. Kutnick, 
P.B. Lang, M.C. Larsen,J. Laxer, J.J. LaRosa, L.M. 
Lebetkin, R.E. Lee, S.D. Leidner, R.A. Leopold, M. 
Lewin, E.S. Lichtenstein, J.A. Lopez-Ovejero, I.S. 
Lowenthal, M.R. Marciano, P. Marcus, S.J. Margulies, 
M.M. Marin, J.S. Marino, S.J. Marks, M.L. Masur, G.A. 
McLemore, Jr., S.E. McMahon, M.J. Meltzer, D.E. 
Miller, G.P. Mirrer, A.M. Mizrahi, F.X. Moore, E.C. 
Muss, J. Nagler. P. Narasimhan, T.W. Nash, R.R. 
Nenner, J.N. Nichols, D.J. Nicoll, P.M. Nonkin, M. 
Nydick, J.W. O Grady, A.M. O'Shaughnessy, PA. 
Orens, L.D. Pace, R.L. Paltzick, T.W. Pappas, B.B. 
Park. R.A. Perlmutter, J.C. Peters, M.C. Phillips, G.A. 
Piccione, H.B. Pollak, D.H. Posner, M.R. Post, A. 
Potor, J.V. Pottanat, I. Pravda, S.H. Rabinowitz, F. 
Rakowitz, H.M. Rattner, M.L Rehmar. G.D. Resnick, 
M. Rivelis, M.A. Robbins, A.M. Rochwarger, J.S. 
Rodman, J.F. Romano, P.M. Romano, C.S. Rosen. 
A.S. Rosenberg, M.A. Rosenbluth, A.M. Ross, J. M. 
Rubenstein, R. Sabet, N.S. Sadick, H.P. Saltzman, 
CM. Samet, T. Santucci, Jr., A.J. Schecter, M.S. 
Scheer, S.J. Schneider, R.T. Schreiber, W.B. 
Schulman, P.C. Schwartz, K.P. Scileppi, R.C. Shah, 
H.N. Shapiro, M.A. Shorofsky, S.R. Siegel, A.F. 
Sloyer, C. Smithen, A.G. Snart, L.M. Soletsky. CM. 
Spaccavento, R.P. Stechel, N.H. Stein, R.A. Stephens, 
R. Stern, R.L. Strauss, R. Stritzler, J.M. Tabaee-Zadeh. 
A.L. Talansky, M.L. Tapper, M.J. Tenenbaum, J. 
Tepler, I.M. Tiongco, P.G. Tolins, F.A. Tomao, T.I. 
Tyberg, R.J. LUberg, A.S. Verdesca, C. Wang, R.S. 
Weiner, G.A. Weinstock, J.H. Weiss, R. Weiss, K.A. 
Whelan, H.H. Whitman, III, M.L. Wiedman, J.R. 
Wilentz, A.R. Zaager, P.M. Zabetakis, D.A. Zackson, 
M.J. Zema 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Medicine 

D.M. Allen, M.J. Blutt, L. Brenner-Gati, A.B. Covit, 
P.J. Deutsch, A.J. Drexler, A. Ebrahimzadeh, D. 
Fong (microbiology), R.A. Galbraith, A.B. Gottlieb, 
M.A. Hamburg, J. G. Krueger, N.S. Kwon (biochem- 
istry), T.N. Lavin, A.N. Lin, J. P. Mooney, R. Pini. 
CD. Rothermel (microbiology), S.F. Scarlata, F.S. 
Schwartz, J.E.L. Wong 



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Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Medicine 

D.A. Bloomfielcl. K.R. Krauss, G.B. Leber, S.B. 
Mushlin, S.G. Rosen, I.C. Schulman, J. Simson, A. 
Spiegel 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Medicine 

K. Ojamaa (cell biology) 

Instructors in Medicine 

J. Abisaab, H.R. Aldrich, D. Ashany, DA. Burton, M. 
Caleb, R.Y. Chang, P.B. Chapman, J. PA. Crown, J. 
David, J. G. Denowitz, J.C. Edberg (biochemistry), 
M.E. Epstein, D.M. Felig, J. Fins, A.L Forni, D.A. 
Friedlander, F. Gahnem (physiology), H. Gerdes, 
H.H. Gibbs, J.E. Glusman. M.C.Jacobs, Y.D.Jean- 
Claude, S. Kaplan, S.S. Karkal, R.S. Keresztes, R.L. 
Labarre, E. Landman, R.I. Lappin, L.R. Latrenta, D.E. 
Lebwohl, A.S. Lincoff, N. Lippman, C. L. Moodhe, 
M.B. Lubin, C.A. Mancuso, S.T. Merrick, D.B. 
Messinger, W. Miller, T.J. Molloy, C. L. Moodhe, 
G.E. Mullin, D.M. Nanus, J. A. Negrin, R.J. Newborn, 
R.S. Novitch, J.P. O'Brien, D.G. Pfister, A.J. Porges, 
J. Puccio, S. Rafii, V. Raghavan, B. Raman, J R. 
Rigas, E.L. Rosenthal, D.E. Rudin, R.M. Russo, L.R. 
Sammaritano, E.J. Schattner, R.W. Schuman, G.K. 
Schwartz, S. Senturia, KA. Sepkowitz, PA. Shaftel, 
W.M. Sheinbaum, R.G. Singh, C.A. Smith, M. 
Steffers, K.M. Stein, G.R. Stern, P.G. Supino (public 
health), M M. Terwilliger, R.J. Ulin, S.L. Walker 

Clinical Instructors in Medicine 

K.R. Ackerman, G.M. Ackert, A.M. Acosta, A.J. 
Acquista, A.L. Adler, D.J. Adler, A. Apostolopoulos, 
G. Aprile, M.A. Barocas, F. Barricelli, C.G. Baum, 
A.H. Beckerman, B.J. Bellovin, D.J. Berger, J.J. 
Berger, G.I. Berk, J.A. Blake, R.H. Blau, S.H. 
Blobstein, D.B. Brieff, P.J. Bruno, M.S. Buchholtz, 
W.J. Caccese, M.C. Cantor, YA. Cestero, S.H. 
Charno, F.P. Chaudhri, M.T. Chengot, A.B. Cohen, 
J.L. Cohen, R.B. Cohen, B.A. Connor, E.M. Cooper, 
R.F. Daines, RA. De Leon, A.J. De Silva, M.V. 
Devita, J.G. Diener, M.B. Douglas, K.B. Downey, 
AA. Eisma, G.C. Ellis, D.S. Eskreis, K.A. Ewing, L. 
Fallowes, H.J. Feinberg, B.D. Feingold, R.M. 
Feingold, R.J. Feld, D.I. Fierstein, M.B. Finkelstein, 
L.S. Fonacier, W.M. Frank, G. Freeberg, F.L. Frey, A. 
Fried, M.H. Fried, J.A. Garofalo, P.M. Gelber, B.G. 
Gellin, H. Gerstein, R. Glaser, D.A. Goldberg, G.J. 
Goldman, R.S. Goldweit, D.J. Goodrich, H.L. 
Gruenspan, R. Gupta, J.A. Hantverk, R.D. Herman, 
S.C. Hirsch, K.S. Hurst, R.K. Jain, A.D. Jarrett, K.R. 
Kafka, M. Kamen, L.A. Katz, R.T. Kaufmann, Jr., B.J. 
Kenet, C.W. Keyes, M.A. Kline, A.J. Kluger, F.L. 
Kriger, J.M. Krupen, J. Kugler, L.I. Lemer, M.R. 
Levine, A.D. Lichtenfeld, A.C. Lindsay-Beltzer, G.V. 
Lombardi, P.J. Longo, A.L. Luciano, R.H. Maisel, C. 
Maltz, J. Mandelbaum, F. Marsh, Jr., J. H. Marsh, R.J. 
Mascittelli, I.I. Mason, R. Mastrangelo, S.C.H. Mead, 



M.J. Melgar, R.I. Mendelson, J. Meron, C.H. Miller, 
D. Miller, M.F. Mines, G.L. Mintz, M. Misthos, C.A. 
Mitgang, K.L. Nyer, P.T. Orlic, P.J. Parisi, A.C. Parris, 
R. Pathak, M. Perlin, R.M. Peters, A.D.L. Philson, 
J.H. Pipala, E.W. Powers, III (surgery), A.R. Radin, 
D.L. Raice, E. Ramos, S. Richmond, S.A. Robbins, 
G.L. Ross, E. Rutkovsky, J.J. Salerno, I.J. Schmelkin, 
M.J. Schmerin, E.S. Schorr, C.S. Schreiber, P.R. 
Schwartz, R.F. Scofield, P. A. Seitzman, B.H. Shalette, 
N.K. Shevde, L.A. Shookster, J.L. Siegel, D.C. Sinha, 
M.D. Smar, C.R. Smolow, M.N. Solny, E.S. Sorett, 
A.B. Spindler, R.N. Steller, M.J. Stern. F.M. Stier, S. 
Stride, J.I. Sussman, S.R. Swamy, K.C. Tarn, S.C.W. 
Tarn, S.A. Tranchia, E.S. Treiber, T.L. Tuttle, N.G. 
Vogiatzis, S. Wasser. A.L. Weg, M.H. Weingarten, 
W.H. Wertheim, P. Willensky, E. Wolff, N.S. Wolfin, 
C-K.A. Wong, P. A. Wyner, T.J. Yancey, S.S. Yormak 

Clinical Instructors in Medicine (courtesy) 

P.M. Belsky, W.J. Cole, B.S. Geller, B. Halpern, B.L. 
Levy, G. Macina, L. Reisman, M.J. Robbins, G. 
Roxland, M.A. Seldon, D. Zwickler 

Visiting Instructor in Medicine 

R.O. Kenet 

Educational Goals 

The program for the Department of Medicine is 
based on a number of cardinal premises: 1 ) There 
is a minimal core of information, skills and under- 
standing that must be assimilated regardless of the 
student's choice of career. 2) The essence of medi- 
cine is continuous and independent inquiry, which 
should be fostered in all students through investiga- 
tive work at the clinical and laboratory levels. 3) 
The scope and limitations of medicine are best re- 
vealed through the demands and responsibilities of 
patient care. 4) The need and privilege to provide 
sympathetic understanding and support to the pa- 
tient and the patient's family are prerequisite to be- 
ing a good physician. 

A large number of options are open to those pursu- 
ing a career in medicine, a diversity that includes 
patient care, research, teaching, and administration. 
This diversity enables most students to select an 
area of medicine that satisfies their individual inter- 
ests, abilities and needs. There is no preconceived 
image of an ideal graduate except that he or she be 
competent and content in the career choice, and be 
well prepared to adapt to myriad changes that will 
occur in the practice of medicine in the future. The 
program provides the student with certain funda- 
mental concepts and skills that will allow thoughtful 
exploration and evaluation of career possibilities. 

The growth and complexity of medical know ledge 
is proceeding at a remarkable pace. The very com- 
plexities — medical, legal, ethical, economic — in- 
volved in making medical decisions preclude using 



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set formulas or reliance on memorization. A more 
useful and rewarding approach depends on the de- 
velopment of problem-solving strategies. The abil- 
ity to analyze problems systematically is as pertinent 
to clinical medicine as it is to research. Determin- 
ing what information is needed to resolve the 
patient's problems is essential if one is to avoid the 
pitfalls that stem from an unselective reliance on 
technology. The goal is to enable the student to 
examine and question the decisions made on his/ 
her patients — an ability which is the basis for all 
learning. The depth to which each student pursues 
a patient's problem will vary from the study of the 
physical and emotional factors responsible for the 
illness in a single patient to an investigation of the 
disorder at a fundamental level. Clearly this spirit 
of inquiry is essential to all areas of medicine. The 
program of the department is designed to provide 
the challenges and opportunities to develop this 
quality. 

It is hoped that through their experience, students 
will blend habit with critical analysis, scientific- 
thought with empathy, and competence with 
humility. 

Required Courses 
First Year 

Introduction to Medicine This course is designed 
to introduce the student to a variety of major issues 
bearing on medicine, but which transcend indi- 
vidual specialties. Members of the faculty as well as 
invited speakers conduct a series of lecture presen- 
tations; these are followed by small group discus- 
sions with tutors. These discussions are associated 
with review of pertinent literature in advance of 
group sessions. Among the issues considered are 
the nature of the doctor-patient relation, the needs 
of patients, the welfare of the dying patient, ethical 
problems in clinical care, special problems of the 
geriatric patient, cost constraints in medical care, 
the nature of innovation in medicine, and the evo- 
lution of the medical research and health care sys- 
tem. The basic aim of the course is to provide for 
the student an orientation to some of the major 
problem areas in medicine and to the functioning of 
the physician as well as other interested parties in 
relation to them. 

Second Year 

Physical Diagnosis The course is an intensive in- 
troduction to the basic bedside clinical skills, i.e., 
the taking of a medical history and the performance 
of a physical examination, with emphasis on the 
anatomic and physiologic principles underlying the 
important symptoms and signs encountered in clini- 
cal medicine. Lectures and demonstrations, supple- 
mented by extensive use of audiovisual and 
electronic aids, form the didactic basis of the 



course; special attention is directed to the medical 
interview and the approach to the sick. Students 
are assigned in small groups to clinical tutors with 
whom they refine their bedside skills in twice- 
weekly examination of inpatients under close tuto- 
rial supervision. Patient examinations are carried 
out at the Cornell affiliated hospitals: The New 
York Hospital, Memorial Hospital, North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabili- 
tation Hospital, and the New York Downtown 
Hospital. 

Third Year 

Introduction to the Clinical Years This course is 
designed to prepare the student for the clinical 
clerkships. There are three major topics. In the 
section on Clinical Process, students use problem- 
based patient cases in small workshops to develop 
clinical thinking, from the problem list to differential 
diagnosis, diagnostic testing, and diagnosis. The 
Clinical Skills section includes instruction in EKG in- 
terpretation, antibiotics, and basic clinical proce- 
dures (venipuncture, intravenous catheter 
placement, etc.). All students are certified in basic- 
cardiac life support. A section of Special Topics 
deals with computerized information retrieval, criti- 
cal reading of medical literature, hospital organiza- 
tion, writing orders and notes, infection control, and 
geriatrics. 

Clerkship Each student is assigned to the medical 
service of The New York Hospital and one of the 
Cornell affiliated hospitals for a period of twelve 
weeks. The objectives of the clerkship are: D to re- 
fine and strengthen the skills of history taking and 
physical examination; 2) to develop the processes 
required to analyze the patient's symptoms and 
signs and to propose differential diagnoses; and 3) 
to appreciate the uses and limitations of laboratory 
tests and procedures. The student is an integral 
member of the medical team that is responsible for 
the care of patients. The student obtains the 
patient's history, performs the physical examination 
and basic laboratory tests, and records the findings. 
The student's results and analysis of the clinical 
problems are reviewed and discussed with the 
house staff and in small student groups under the 
supervision of a tutor. The student actively partici- 
pates in the continued care of the patient, in part to 
verify or alter his or her initial evaluation, but also 
to develop an appreciation of the unique relation- 
ship that exists between patient and physician. 
These activities are supplemented by: 1) seminars 
that emphasize the approach to urgent and/or com- 
monly encountered medical problems; 2) weekly 
meetings with the chairman, individual division 
chiefs, or course director, for educational purposes 
and as a means of becoming acquainted with the 
senior faculty. 



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Fourth Year 

Sub-Internship In Medicine Selective The pur- 
pose of the sub-internship is to develop further the 
broad range of skills required of a physician 
through increased responsibility for the care of pa- 
tients in a secure and supportive environment. A 
premise is that learning the scientific and humanis- 
tic bases of medical practice is best accomplished 
by the challenge of caring for patients in a setting 
allow ing sufficient time for thought. The sub-intern 
w ill have the opportunity to integrate all levels of 
the care for his or her patients including medical 
decision making, strategies for testing, management 
of emergencies, communication with patient and 
family, and the technical and administrative aspects 
of good patient care. 

Students are assigned to share an intern slot of a 
house staff team at The New York Hospital or other 
Cornell affiliated hospitals. On average, each sub- 
intern cares for 4 - 8 patients at any one time under 
the close supervision of the Junior Assistant Resi- 
dent assigned to the floor and the patient's private 
attending physician. The student participates in all 
house staff activities including work rounds, attend- 
ing rounds, x-ray rounds, Professor's rounds, and 
weekly conferences in the Department of Medicine. 

Ambulatory Care Selective The objectives are to: 
1 ) obtain a more balanced view of internal medi- 
cine by participating in ambulatory patient care; 2) 
develop a systematic approach to problem solving 
and decision making through a review and critical 
examination of: a) the basic skills of history taking 
and physical examination; b) the reasoning and 
processes employed in diagnosis; c) the selection, 
analysis and limitations of laboratory tests and pro- 
cedures; d) the factors and processes employed in 
making clinical decisions; e) the use of cost-effec- 
tiveness and its effect on medical practice; 3) de- 
velop the principles and strategies used in the 
pharmacological management of patients; 4) de- 
velop methods to efficiently obtain information and 
data from the literature; and 5) develop an ap- 
proach and methods to critically analyze and assess 
medical literature. The course format includes pa- 
tient care experience in The Cornell Medical Prac- 
tice or at Catholic Medical Center or North Shore 
University Hospital. There are seminars and didac- 
tic sessions tailored to the students' interests that 
address the ways clinicians plan diagnostic and 
therapeutic strategies. Attendance at all sessions is 
mandatory to complete the course. 

Elective Courses 

Over fifty electives are offered. The comprehensive 
program includes opportunities for participation in 
laboratory or clinical research, or, if desired, further 
opportunities for in-house and ambulatory patient 
care. Each year the elective list is revised and can 
be found in the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 



Microbiology 

Professors of Microbiology 

K.I. Berns, R.A. Rees Pritchett Professor of Microbiol- 
ogy, chairman; W.K. Holloman, W.M. O Leary. LB. 
Senterfit 

Associate Professors of Microbiology 

F. Barany, P.J. Edelson (pediatrics), E.S. Falck- 
Pedersen, M.E. O'Donnell, B. Rigas (medicine), 
D.H. Sussdorf, P. Traktman (cell biology and 
anatomy) 

Associate Professor of Clinical Microbiology 

R.F. D'Amato 

Assistant Professors of Microbiology 

A.M.C. Brown (cell biology and anatomy), N.R. 
Hackett, J.L. Ho (medicine), M.D. Lusky, L.W. Riley 
(medicine), M.Y. Stoeckle (medicine) 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Microbiology 

CD. Rothermel (medicine) 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

Microbiology and Immunology First quarter. 
The lectures are directed toward the development 
of basic concepts, particularly as they relate to the 
physiology of microorganisms and the host-parasite 
relationship. An understanding of immunologic 
mechanisms in infectious disease is developed 
through the introduction of the molecular and cellu- 
lar basis of the immune response and its protective 
and pathogenic consequences. Laboratory work in- 
cludes an introduction to the procedures used in 
studying microorganisms, a survey of microbial 
flora of the upper respiratory tract of healthy hu- 
mans, and an intensive study of the causal agents of 
specific infections, including fungi, bacteria, rickett- 
siae, and viruses. Clinical correlations are designed 
to integrate the basic aspects of microbiology into 
the practice of medicine. Emphasized are the mo- 
lecular bases of the etiology, pathogenesis, epide- 
miology, and prevention of infectious diseases. In 
small-group sessions, students explore specific areas 
of microbiology and immunology in discussions 
with faculty members or by reviewing papers from 
the original literature. Students also may cany out 
research in the Department of Microbiology under 
the guidance of individual faculty. 

Elective Courses 

Completion of Microbiology and an Introduction to 
Infectious Diseases (or its equivalent) is a desirable 
prerequisite for elective work in microbiology. 



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Advanced Diagnostic Microbiology Techniques 
of management and procedures used in a clinical 
microbiology laboratory. Emphasized are the isola- 
tion and rapid identification of organisms from vari- 
ous types of clinical specimens. Liberal use is made 
of clinical materials available through the diagnostic- 
laboratories of The New York Hospital. Fourth 
quarter. Two lectures and two laboratories weekly. 
Dr. Senterfit. 

Molecular Virology A formal course in which 
major emphasis is placed on the basic mechanisms 
in the biology of all animal viruses, including RNA 
and DNA tumor viruses. The topics considered in- 
clude virus structure and composition, assay of vi- 
ruses and viral specific products, transcription of 
virus-specific proteins, assembly of viral particles, 
structural and functional alterations in viral-infected 
cells including transformation, pathogenesis of viral 
diseases, and viral genetics. Alternate years. K. 
Berns, P. Besmer, W. Hayward, P. Traktman. Inter- 
divisional course. 

Clerkship in Diagnostic Microbiology Training 
in diagnostic microbiology as it is practiced in a 
large hospital laboratory, using the facilities of the 
diagnostic microbiology laboratories of The New 
York Hospital. Any quarter. Dr. Senterfit. 

Fourth Year 

A variety of activities in study, research, and teach- 
ing is available to fourth-year students during their 
elective program of study. Included are: 

Externship in Microbiology 

Teaching in Microbiology 

Research in Microbiology 

Clerkship in Diagnostic Microbiology 

Microbiology Seminar 

Advanced Diagnostic Microbiology Dr. Senterfit 

For detailed descriptions of these options, the stu- 
dent should consult the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

Research Opportunities 

Offered all year. Can be done entirely in the De- 
partment of Microbiology or may involve another 
preclinical or clinical department. Hours to be ar- 
ranged with a faculty sponsor. See the Announce- 
ment of the Graduate School of Medical Sciences. 

Neurology and Neuroscience 

Professor Emeritus of Neurology and 
Neuroscience 

H. Kutt 

Professors of Neurology and Neuroscience 

F. Plum, Anne Parrish Tltzett Professor of 'Neurology, 
chairman; R.G. Blasberg, J. P. Blass, Winifred 
Masterson Burke Professor of Neurology, A.M. 



Chutorian (pediatrics). K M. Foley, D. Gardner 
(physiology and biophysics), G.E. Gibson, J. Hirsch, 
T.H. Joh, F.H. McDowell, Winifred Masterson Burke 
Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine. G.W. 
Pasternak, V.M. PickelJ.B. Posner, D.J. Reis, 
George C. Cotzias Distinguished Professor of Neurol- 
°Ry> JD. Victor, J. A. Wagner 

Professor of Clinical Neurology 

J.J. Caronna 

Research Professor of Neuroscience 

A.J.L. Cooper (biochemistry) 

Clinical Professors of Neurology 

II deC. Peterson, L.S. Schleifer 

Adjunct Professors of Neurology and 
Neuroscience 

H.R. Beresford, W.A. Pulsinelli 

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Neurology 

R.S.J. Frackowiak 

Associate Professors of Neurology and 
Neuroscience 

L.M. DeAngelis, S. A. Goldman, J.J. Halperin, T.A. 
Milner (neuroscience), C. Pollak (psychiatry), R.K. 
Portendy (neuroscience), B.T. Volpe (neuro- 
science), R.W. Walker 

Associate Professors of Clinical Neurology 

Y. Frank, M.S. Horwich, M.E. Olson, F.A. Petito, M.J. 
Reding, JA. Schaefer, G.E. Solomon, P. Tsairis, S. M. 
Vishnubhakat, B.C. Wilson (neuropsychology) 

Associate Research Professors of Neuroscience 

J.Z. Ginos (biochemistry), D.A. Ruggiero 

Clinical Associate Professors of Neurology 

J.M. Cedarbaum, R.H. Coll, T.C. Guthrie, J.T. 
Kessler, G.H. Klingon, S.G. Pavlakis, I.D. 
Schlesinger, P.H. Zweifach (ophthalmology) 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Neuroscience 

D.E. Levy, R.G. Mackel 

Assistant Professors of Neurology and 
Neuroscience 

M.L. Aisen, D.R. Barbut, D.H. Bovbjerg (immunol- 
ogy), L.A. Burton, R.B. Darnell, H.M. Davidovicz 
(neuropsychology), D.M. Eidelberg, D.L. Feinstein, 
H.M. Furneaux (molecular biology), S.E. Gandy, C. 
L. Harden, B.D. Jordan, R. Kovner 
(neuropsychology), D.R. Labar, F.S. Lieberman, K. 
Maiese, M.G. Malkin, J. Mast (pediatrics), M. 
Nedergaard, J.D. Root, M R. Rosenfeld, M. Rubin, M- 
K. Sun, C.R. Wahlestedt 



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Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology 

D. R. Wagner (psychiatry) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Neurology 

R.H. Blanck, A.S. Cohen, M. Engel (pediatrics), R.J. 
Gould, I.C. Haimovic, D. Holzer, J. Kelemen, N. 
Mitra, N.M. Nealon, S.M. Newman, D.M. Pietrucha, 
S. Rapoport, I.M. Turner 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Neurology and 
Neuroscience 

C. J. Aoki. R.S. Black, S.G. Greenberg, H.M. Huang, 
P.J. Lichtenfeld, H.J. Son. L.W. Tucker, T.C. Wessel 

Instructors of Neuroscience 

E. V. Golanov, C. Heise, K.A. Nolan, K.P. Purpura, 

D. A. Silbersweig (psychiatry), R. Soundrarajan 

Clinical Instructor in Neurology 

R.F. Klinger 

Educational Goals 

The department has three responsibilities in the 
Medical College: patient care, teaching, and re- 
search. The faculty supervises the care of patients 
with neurological diseases at The New York Hospi- 
tal, Memorial Hospital, The Hospital for Special Sur- 
gery, and the North Shore University Hospital. This 
rich clinical exposure and the rewards of providing 
care to patients from many geographic and social 
backgrounds are shared by students and residents. 
The research laboratories and programs of the de- 
partment are located within the Medical College 
and at the several hospitals. These laboratories 
conduct both fundamental and clinical research, 
seeking the basic answers to neurologic diseases 
and new ways to improve the treatment of patients. 

Two goals guide the teaching of students. One is 
to learn diagnosis and treatment by applying a thor- 
ough knowledge of the physiology and biochemis- 
try of the major neurological diseases. The other is 
to transmit an understanding of the brain as an 
adaptive organ regulating man's internal milieu and 
outward behavior. Formal teaching begins in the 
second year and continues thereafter. 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

Neurological Diagnosis The course is offered in 
the fourth quarter and provides an introduction to 
both the neurological examination as well as to 
clinical neuropathology. Lectures, case presenta- 
tions, and recommended readings are used to focus 
on the presentation of various neurological dis- 
eases. The body of the course relies heavily on 
weekly patient encounters. Under the guidance of 
a tutor, students individually assess patients in order 



to develop their skills in eliciting a neurological 
history and examination. Following each patient 
encounter, an informal review of the patient's 
neurological examination and neuropathology with 
the tutor is designed to provide further insight into 
neurological disease presentation, therapy, and re- 
cent advances in the field. 

Third Year 

Neurology Clerkship A one-month clinical clerk- 
ship is spent in the neurological pavilion of The 
New York Hospital, Memorial Hospital, or North 
Shore University Hospital. Students perform the ini- 
tial work-up of patients, participate in rounds and 
conferences, and share in the care of patients under 
the close supervision of resident staff and attending 
tutors. Extensive reading is encouraged in order to 
develop knowledge about major neurological prob- 
lems and to gain insight into still unsolved prob- 
lems where research could make important 
contributions. 

Elective Courses 

A variety of electives in either clinical work or labo- 
ratory research are available. See The Fourth Year 
Elective Catalog. 

Research Opportunities 

The Department sponsors selected students for 
M.D.-Ph.D. training in neuroscience. Our research 
laboratories offer electives for either predoctoral or 
postdoctoral students, and medical students with 
special interests can generally be accommodated 
with one-year student fellowships. Fourth year 
clinical electives in both the neurology consultation 
and ward services in clinical neurology are offered 
at The New York Hospital and Memorial Sloan 
Kettering Cancer Center. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Professors Emeriti of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

F.F. Fuchs, E.E. Kramer, S. Silagi (genetics) 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

E. A. Graber, G.G. Hawks 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

R.W. Bonsnes (biochemistry), R.W. Gause, D.G. 
Johnson, G. Schaefer 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

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Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

W.J. Ledger, Given Foundation Professor of Obstet- 
rics and Gynecology, chairman, P.A.McF. Auld 
(perinatal medicine), J. M. Bedford, Harold and 
Percy Uris Professor of Reproductive Biology, S.J. 
Birnbaum, A.N. Fenton, Edie and Marvin Schur Dis- 
tinguished Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at 
North Shore University Hospital, S.A-R. Fuchs (repro- 
ductive biology), R.G. Harper (perinatal medicine). 
W.J. Hoskins, J.L. Lewis, Jr., Z. Rosenwaks, B.B. 
Saxena (endocrinology), J.L. Sirlin (cell biology) 

Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

H.R.K. Barber, T.A. Caputo. S. Chao, B.J. Sicuranza 

Clinical Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

E.W. Davis. Jr., W.P. Given. F.W. Martens, R.A. 
Ruskin, F. Silverman, E.T. Steadman. 
W.J. Sweeney 111 

Associate Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

P. August (medicine), A.S. Berkeley, F.A. 
Chervenak, J. Cohen (embryology), D. Gal, W.B. 
Jones, J.J. Rasweiler, IV, P. Rathnam (endocrinol- 
ogy), D.L. Rosenfeld. S.C. Rubin, S.S. Witkin (immu- 
nology) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

L.L. Cederqvist, I.N. Cholst, M.A. Goldman (radiol- 
ogy), J.L. Lovecchio, G.M. Scholl, A. Toth 

Clinical Associate Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

E.G. Bartsich, M.I. Buchman, R.M. Caplan, J.G. 
Davis, B.M. Garfinkle, S.T. Horwitz, N.M. Luger 
(medicine), V.F. Mastrota, J.S. Rienzo, D.J. Rothe, 
S.F. Ryan, E.D. Schwartz, F. Surur, W.D. Walden, 
R.E. Wieche 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

L B. McCullough (ethics) 

Assistant Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

D.M. Adams, A.L. Bond, J. P. Curtin, O.K. Davis, S.F. 
Dorfman, K.A. Fcldleman, M.J. Graf, J. A. Grifo, A. 
Hershlag, S.R. Inglis, A.A. Kessler, K.D. LaGuardia, 
H.C. Liu, B.V. Paynton, K. Rawlinson, M. Singh, 
W.E. Wagner, H.M. Yu, LA. Zervoudakis 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

S. Dittmar 



Visiting Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

B. E. Talansky (embryology) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

L.D. Applegarth (psychology), N.K. Basile, S.L. 
Bednoff, A. Brockunier, G.Z. Brooks (anesthesiol- 
ogy), P.J. Concannon, T.G. Edersheim, G. Farahani, 
A.J. Felice, B. Garfinkel, W. Gladstone, M. 
Greenberg. E. Hakim-Elahi, J.M. Hutson, L.J. 
Iandoli, D.F. James, S. Kahner, R.E. Kaye, V.R. 
Klein, E.Y. Krim, E.O. Kubec, V.R. Lucente. P. 
Mazzarella, E.K. Mok, G.G. Panter, Z.I. Saary, R.I. 
Sassoon, S.J. Siegel, M.J. Strongin. K. Vasudeva 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

G.C. Isaacson (anatomy) 

Instructors of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

R.R. Barakat. G.H. Leonard, K.B. Lescale, E L. 
Licciardi, G.S. Neal, N.L. Noyes, G.L. Schattman, 

D. W. Skupski, K M Sultan 

Clinical Instructors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

P.Y. Allen, R.B. Arias, E. Bellucci, L.A. Benedict, 
R.M. Bernstein, A.J. Borg, A.T. Bozza, J. Bracy, J.J. 
Braverman, P.A. Bresnick, T.C.A. Brown, A.T. 
Carlon, F. Chuy, L. Cohen, P. Conrad, K.A. Cox, C. 
Creatura, L.E. Cutler, S.M. Degann, M. Eichler, N. 
Fidel, J. Finkelstein, R.J. Fitzgerald, A. Friedel, H.F. 
Gardstein, Jr., G.H. Goldman, M. Gubernick, M.A. 
Harris, M. Harvey, R.D. Herzog, I. Israeli, J. Jacob, 

E. Jacobson, W.B. Kalt, A.D. Kamhi, P.E. Karafiol, 
G. Kaufman, J.L. Kent, HJ. Kraft, N.B. Lebowitz, 
CM. Linder, L.J. Lissak, J.W. Malkary, H.S. 
Marchbein, H.T. Meiland, H.J. Messawer, E. 
Mohandes, M.J. Napoli, A. Ness, R.A. Ostreich, W.B. 
Paley, H.K. Prince, R.T. Puckett, T. Rifkin, D.M. 
Roth, D. Rothbaum, H. Rothbaum, S. Rubin. H. 
Sabapathy, I.E. Schwab, G.M. Seaman, S.M. 
Seidman, E.S. Shamoun, A.H. Shapiro, A.S. Sherwin, 
S.R. Sherwin, B.S. Shulman, H. Shulman, M.N. 
Silverman, E.J. Simhaee, K. Solaimanzadeh, S.A. 
Soukkary, J. Spiegel, M. Toth, R. Trongone, D.B. 
Weinstein, E. Weisfogel, J.C. Wenger, S. Wolan 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

As part of the Physical Diagnosis course, a one- 
hour lecture on the pelvic exam is given. In addi- 
tion, students learn the skills of female breast and 
pelvic exams working with teaching associates. 



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Third Year 

Introduction to Clinical Obstetrics and Gyne- 
cology This clerkship combines theoretical instruc- 
tion with clinical experience in obstetrics and 
gynecology. There are lectures on the core curricu- 
lum by the teaching staff, as well as assignment of 
the students to obstetrical and gynecological teams. 
Exposure to patient care will be offered under the 
j direct supervision of the attending physicians and 
the resident staff. 

Some students will be assigned to North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, with the majority remaining at the 
New York Lying-in Hospital. Those at Lying-in 
Hospital will complete part of their clerkship at 
Catholic Medical Center and the LaGuardia Hospital 
where additional student obstetrical experience is 
available. 

At the conclusion of the course, an evaluation of 
the student will be based on a written examination, 
an oral examination, and evaluation of the student's 
j work on the clinical service. This information will 
be available to the student on request. 

Elective Courses 

A full program of fourth-year electives is offered in 
the department, including advanced training, work 
in specialized areas of obstetrics and gynecology, 
and a variety of opportunities to participate in on- 
going laboratory research. These electives are de- 
scribed in detail in th Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

Ophthalmology 

Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology 

H.A. Lincoff 

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthalmology 

T. Iwamoto 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology 

D.M. Shafer 

Professors of Ophthalmology 

D.J. Coleman, John Milton McLean Professor of Oph- 
thalmology, chairman; R.M. Ellsworth 

Professor of Physiology in Ophthalmology 

P.R. MacLeish 

Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

W.C. Cooper, S.A. Obstbaum, S. Packer, D. Paton 

Clinical Professors of Ophthalmology 

I D.H. Abramson, I.H. Kaufman, W.L. Peretz, P H. 
Zweifach 



Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology 

F.L. Lizzi (ophthalmic physics) 

Adjunct Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

I. Kreissig. R.C. Troutman 

Associate Professors of Ophthalmology 

S. Chang, M-H. Heinemann, C.W. Roberts, E. 
Townes-Anderson (physiology) 

Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology 

H-Z. Lin 

Clinical Associate Professors of Ophthalmology 

D.D. Aronian, T.D. Cherubini, L.S. Harris, D.B. 
Karlin, P. Laino, A.E. Mamelok, R.S. Muchnick, A.J. 
Nadel, P.M. Odell, H.D. Perry, J.S. Schutz, M.B. 
Starr, S.R. Veronneau 

Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology 

R.M. Duvoisin (cell biology), P.T. Finger. G.K. 
Harmon, B.S. Pinchoff. V S. REppucci, R.H. 
Silverman (computer science), J.R. Sparrow 
(anatomy), J.S. Winterkorn 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology 

S C. Belmont, E D. Donnenfeld, Y.L. Fisher, L.P. 
Goldberg, L.C. Gordonson, Y. Kahanowicz, A.D. 
King, N.B. Medow, D.B. Pearce, B.A. Phillips, T.A. 
Poole, P.L. Schwartz, O.N. Serdarevic, J.L. Sigelman. 
R.R. Strome, W.G. Whitmore 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology 

V.P. de Luise, L.M. Wilcox, Jr. 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Ophthalmology 

S.E. Brodie, D.M. Fastenberg 

Instructor in Ophthalmology 

T.E. Flynn 

Clinical Instructors in Ophthalmology 

B.M. Belgorod, J.A. Blanco, J. P. Brennan, R.D. 
Broderick, A.W. Danyluk, M. Ehrenberg, I. 
Magramm, A.B. Marks, R.F. Marks, L.M. McNallv 
(courtesy), E.H. Sacks, K.S. Stern, J.W. Talbot. H IT 
Weissman 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

Instruction in ophthalmology begins as a part of the 
Physical Diagnosis course in the fourth quarter of 
the second year with practical demonstrations and a 
lecture in the use of the ophthalmoscope. Empha- 



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sis is placed on examination technique and features 
of the normal fundus. Basic neuro-ophthalmology 
is included. 

Third Year 

During the surgery clerkship, the class is divided 
into eight groups that participate in six weekly af- 
ternoons of presentation, discussion, and actual 
pathological case examinations. Each session con- 
centrates on one phase of clinical ophthalmology. 
The entire series offers instruction in the most fre- 
quently encountered diseases of the eye. 

Third-year students are also offered an elective rota- 
tion in ophthalmology as part of the surgery clerk- 
ship. Electives are available at both The New York 
Hospital and Lenox Hill Hospital. 

Elective Courses 
Fourth Year 

Two fourth-year students per module can partici- 
pate in the elective period. During their modules, 
they examine patients in the clinic and those hospi- 
talized for surgery and review the cases with attend- 
ing ophthalmologists. The student then observes 
the actual surgery and attends teaching rounds with 
the resident and attending staff who present inter- 
esting and problem cases for detailed review and 
discussion. A similar elective is available at Lenox 
Hill Hospital. 

In addition, electives are available for students who 
have completed the third-year externship. These 
include the ophthalmic specialities such as 
oncology, vitreous-retina and neuro-ophthalmology. 
A research elective is also available. 

Otorhinolaryngology 

Professor Emeritus of Otorhinolaryngology 

J. A. Moore 

Professor of Clinical Otorhinolaryngology 

S.M. Blaugrund 

Clinical Professors of Otorhinolaryngology 

S.C. Parisier, N.J. Pastorek 

Associate Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology 

W.S. Schley, acting chairman 

Clinical Associate Professors of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

D R. Edelstein, W.M. Glass, A. Komisar, K.F. 
Mattucci 

Assistant Professors of Otorhinolaryngology 

R.A. Guida, J.E. Jones, D. H. Kraus, W.I. Kuhel, R.F. 
Ward 



Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

V.K. Anand, B. Campbell, L.R. Dropkin, W E. Flynn, 
E.C. Greenfield, M. Ingerman, A. Katz, EC. Kho, 
T.C. McLure, S.G. Nodelman. W.F. Robbett, M. 
Setzen, M.H. Weiss 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

M.B. Kramer (audiology) 

Clinical Instructors in Otorhinolaryngology 

A. DeGennaro, D.L. Kent, R.L. Soletic 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

One session is provided in otorhinolaryngologic 
problems as a part of the course in Physical 
Diagnosis. 

Third Year 

During the surgery clerkship, the students attend a 
"mini-course" in otorhinolaryngology that is pre- 
sented over five consecutive mornings from 8:00- 
12:00. Lectures are given each morning by a 
member of the attending staff. The students gain 
experience in otorhinolaryngology by doing a 
physical examination on each other. 

Elective Courses 
Fourth Year 

Clinical electives in otorhinolaryngology are offered 
to students in the fourth year in modules of one. 
Additional modules may be taken under special cir- 
cumstances. Full-time attendance is required. The 
student's time is divided between duty on the ward, 
in the otorhinolaryngology outpatient clinic and in 
the operating room. The student also attends the 
weekly and monthly conferences. 

Prerequisite: courses in the second and third years. 
The advisor to students planning this fourth-year 
elective is Dr. W. Shain Schley. 

Pathology 

Professors Emeriti of Pathology 

J.T. Ellis, David D. Thompson Professor Emeritus of 
Pathology, chairman; R.C. Mellors 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Pathology 

S. Gross, A. Kellner, E.E. Kramer (obstetrics and gy- 
necology) 

Professors of Pathology 

D R. Alonso, J.D. Broome, P.G. Bullough, W.G. 



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Campbell, Jr., K.S.K. Chaganti (genetics), S.I. Hajdu, 

D. P. Hajjar, A.G. Huvos, H.L. loachim, J.V. Klavins, 
P.H. Lieberman, A.J. Marcus (medicine), N.S. 
McNutt, C.R. Minick, J.A. Mouradian, J. Rosai. P.P. 
Rosen, C.A. Santos-Buch, L.B. Senterfit (microbiol- 
ogy), S.S. Sternberg, J.M. Woodruff 

Professors of Clinical Pathology 

E. I. Kahn, T. Sun, C.F.W. Wolf 

Adjunct Professors of Pathology 

C.S. Hirsch, L.H. Sobin 

Visiting Professor of Pathology 

P.J. Fitzgerald 

Associate Professors of Pathology 

C. Cordon-Cardo, R.A. Erlandson, D.J. Falcone, D.A. 
Filippa, T.A. Godwin, D.D. Myers, H.T. Nguyen, P. 
Peterson, F.W. Quimby, P.E. Saigo, E.T. Schubert 
(biochemistry), S.S. Stensaas, CD. Urmacher 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pathology 

M.L. Alonso, M. Bansal, E.P. Bassett, J. P. Brody, R.F. 
D'Amato (microbiology), H.P. Dincsoy, E.F. DiCarlo, 
G. F. Fairclough, Jr. (biochemistry), P.M. Farmer, A. 
Gritsman, J.H. Koizumi, M.L.S. Magid, P.A. Remigio, 
M.M. Shevchuk, A.E. Stanek, M. Susin, J.A. Terzakis, 
R.E. Zuna 

Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology 

A.M. Prince 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Pathology 

I. Weitzman (medicine) 

Assistant Professors of Pathology 

Y-T. Chen, M.M. da Silva, K. Emancipator, S.M. 
Erde, L.S. Hair, S.A.F. Hoda, J. Inverso, S.C. Jhanwar 
(genetics), R.F. Klein, P.R.K., Koduru, N.F. Lapi, V.E. 
Malavade, M. May, G.O. Mercer, A.C. Nicholson 
(comparative pathology), R. G. Pergolizzi, V.E. 
Reuter, M. Rosenblum, U.C. Ruder, D.S. Schron, 
C.R. Shea (medicine), G.C.H. Yang 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Y.T. Cho, M.M. Khine, T. Simmons 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pathology 

J.B. Amberson, Q. Chess, V.M. Donovan, P.M. 
Fishman, W.G. Harrison, C.L. Honig, R.D. Kalter, 
P.G. Prioleau (medicine), A.M. Strupp, L. 
Tkaczevski, E.F. Toni 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Pathology 

L.W. Ko, W.A. Muller 



Clinical Instructor in Pathology 

A.M. Acosta (medicine) 

Facilities 

The Department of Pathology occupies two floors 
of the central part of the college building, located 
above the educational resources center and library 
and in immediate contact with the hospital. Teach- 
ing is largely concentrated on the third floor where 
the autopsy room and demonstration room for 
pathological anatomy are located. Classrooms for 
microscopy and other small group teaching exer- 
cises are situated on the second floor. The third 
and fourth floors also contain unit laboratories for 
staff members and graduate students and for techni- 
cal preparation. 

The postmortem services of The New York Hospi- 
tal, Hospital for Special Surgery, Rockefeller Hospi- 
tal, and the Westchester Division afford abundant 
opportunity for study of pathological anatomy and 
its relation to clinical medicine. The systematic 
records of autopsies at The New York Hospital 
hav e been preserved since 1851, and, in more re- 
cent years, protocols and microscopic slides have 
been carefully indexed and filed. 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

Pathology First, second and third quarters of the 
second year. 

Placed at the interface between the basic sciences 
and the beginning of the clinical curriculum, the 
course is a comprehensive study of the structural 
and functional alterations caused by disease. Be- 
ginning with an introduction of the principles of 
general pathology, the course progresses to the ba- 
sic mechanisms of disease, including cell injury and 
death, inflammation, thrombosis and hemostasis, 
carcinogenesis and immunopathology. This is fol- 
lowed by the study of the diseases that affect the 
various organ systems from the etiologic, pathoge- 
netic, structural and functional standpoints, includ- 
ing elements of clinical and laboratory diagnosis. 
Clinico-pathologic correlations are emphasized 
throughout the course. 

A major strength of the course is its emphasis on 
small group teaching. This takes two different for- 
mats: 1 ) Tutorial sessions - under the guidance of a 
faculty member, students discuss clinical case histo- 
ries, generate diagnostic hypotheses and learn 
pathologic concepts in a clinical context; computer- 
based illustrations and an electronic textbook sup- 
port the learning process. The traditional 
microscopic laboratory is integrated into the tutorial 
sessions. 2) Gross laboratory - students examine 
actual pathologic specimens under the supervision 
of a faculty member. Both formats emphasize 



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problem solving and conceptual thinking by stimu- 
lating the student to formulate differential diagnoses 
and clinico-pathologic correlations. 

The six student teaching laboratories, located in The 
Education Center, are equipped with Macintosh 
Quadra computers, 21" display color monitors and 
video projectors. Through these workstations, stu- 
dents and faculty have access to biomedical infor- 
mation resources, consisting of more than 2,000 
digital color images of pathology, an electronic text- 
book, a glossary of illustrated concepts and labora- 
tory values, self evaluation programs and MEDLINE, 
The National Library of Medicine bibliographic data- 
base. 

Clinical Pathological Conferences These confer- 
ences are held in cooperation with the staffs of the 
clinical departments of the Hospital and Medical 
College. Observations concerning the clinical 
course and diagnosis of disease are correlated with 
changes found at autopsy. 

Pediatrics 

Professors Emeriti of Pediatrics 

M.A. Engle, Stavros S. Niarchos Professor of Pediat- 
ric Cardiology, W.W. McCrory, S.F. Redo (surgery) 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Pediatrics 

J.Q. Haralambie, M.I. Levine, I.H. Mauss 

Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of 
Pediatrics 

C.H. Bauer, O.E. Billo 
Professors of Pediatrics 

M.I. New, Harold and Percy Uris Professor of Pediat- 
ric Endocrinology and Metabolism, chairman; P. A. 
McF. Auld, K.I. Berns (microbiology), P.W. Brill (ra- 
diology), A.M. Chutorian, F. Daum, K.H. Ehlers, S.E. 
Fisher, S.B. Friedman, J. M. Gertner, R.G. Harper, 
M.W. Hilgartner, Harold Weill Professor of Pediatric 
Hematology in Pediatrics, J.A. Kochen, A.R. Levin, 
U. Muller-Eberhard, M.L. Murphy, R.J. O'Reilly, S.B. 
Ritter, S.G. Pahwa, T. Shapiro (psychiatry), M. 
Silverberg, Jack Haxisman Professor of Pediatrics at 
North Shore University Hospital, C.T.C. Tan, R.A. 
Wapnir (biochemistry), P.C. White, N. Wollner- 
Sternberg 

Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

A. A. Klein, F.N. Marshall, P H. Winchester (radiol- 
ogy) 

Clinical Professors of Pediatrics 

EA. Davies, J.L. German, III, R.J. Haggerty, H. deC. 
Peterson (neurology), I. Rappaport, R.M. Russo, A.L. 
Scherzer, D.I. Smith 



Adjunct Professors of Pediatrics 

M.A.B. de Sousa, J. Lederberg (genetics), C. Monder 
(biochemistry), M.C. Rattazzi, E.M. Scarpclli. R.J. 
Slater 

Associate Professors of Pediatrics 

J.B. Bussel, N-K.V. Cheung, S. Cunningham- 
Rundles, PJ. Edelson.J.L. Finlay, F. Gilbert, J. P. 
Gold (surgery), K.A. Hajjar, A.N. Krauss, T.J. A. 
Lehman, J. Markowitz, P.A. McBride, G.J. Noel, D.A. 
Notterman, G.S. Ross (psychology), C.A. Sklar, P.W. 
Speiser, S. Teichberg (cell biology), R.W. Walker 
( neurology and neuroscience) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

H. W. Aiges, R.A. Boxer, A.E. Brown (medicine), 
S.W. Burke (surgery), M. Chandra, J.G. Davis, N. 
Fatica, J.J. Ferry, Jr., M.M. Fisher, P.F. Fort, Y. Frank 
(neurology), W.W. Frayer, F. Ghavimi, P-J.V. 
Giardina, A. Grassi, V.L. Johnson, L.R. Krilov, S.J. 
Lang (surgery), R.L. Leibel, J. Levy, E.G. Lipper, M.I. 
McVicar, D.L. Meryash, P.A. Meyers, J.E. O'Loughlin, 
J.S. Schlessel, C.G. Sia, A.E. Slonim, G.E. Solomon 
(neurology), L.J. Steinherz, P.G. Steinherz, S.S. 
Usmani, M.E. Weinblatt 

Associate Research Professors of Pediatrics 

R.W. Grady (pharmacology), H. Liem (biochemistry) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Pediatrics 

R.R. Bass, M. Boris, J.L. Brown, B.S. Caterinicchio, 
L.I. Charash, T.M. Connor, A. P. DeMayo, A.N. Eden, 
M. Engel, Z.F. Fischbarg, D. Goldberg, R.M. 
Greenwald, M.T. Grossi, M.S. Heitler, P.R. Joseph, 
R.I. Lopez, A.M. Marks, K. Neumann, R.F. 
Notterman, M. Orange, S.G. Pavlakis, M.S. Rosh, I.K. 
Rosner, W.T. Seed, J. Soloway 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Pediatrics 

A.D. Auerbach (genetics), H. Gilder (biochemistry), 
R.D. Nass 

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics 

A. Koutras 

Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

L. Antonian (biochemistry), A.M. Arky, M.G. Bialer, 
S. Bizzoco, M.A. Boeck, S. Buckwald, C. Cervantes, 
J.S. Cervia, K-C. Cheng (cell biology), N.B. Chirmule 
(immunology), M.C. Cooper, K.A. Crowley, S. Deb, 

I. Dieudonne-Eid, M.H. Dinner (anesthesiology), 
A.M. Dimaio-Hunter, M.C. Driscoll, D. Esernio- 
Jenssen, J.C. Fagin, P.F. Giampietro, M.A. Giuliano, 
K. Godder, B.M. Greenwald, M.D.V. Harbison, M.D. 
Illueca, A.Jain, A. James-Herry, P.I. Karl (physiol- 
ogy), N.A. Kernan, FT. Khuri (public health), M. 
Levitt, J. Mast, D.J. Myridakis, M.E. Olson (neurol- 



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ogy), N. Oyaizu (immunology), L. Pascoe (genet- 
ics), M.O. Paul, B.A. Fletcher, S. Pon, J.H. Ray (ge- 
netics), I. Sahdev, D.A. Sanders-Laufer, M.B. 
Schneider, E.T. Schubert (biochemistry), P.G. 
Scimeca, R.A. Scott (medicine), E.F. Simpser, J. 
Singh, M. Singh (biochemistry), R.M. Spinazzola, C. 
Steinberg, C.L. Thomas, P.O. Trautman (psychiatry), 
D.J. Valacer, M.J. Ward (psychology), DJ. 
Weinstock 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

J. Levenbrown (radiology) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

D. L.K. Acker, J.S. Alexander, P.J. Axel, H. Azizirad, 
F.S. Barash, R.M. Brilliant, W.R. Bungarz, R E. 
Caprio, G.N. Chapar (psychology), A.M. Checchi, 
Y.M.K. Chiu. R.N. Corriel, D. Cruvant, G.T. 
Dalrymple, E.J. DiLello, Sr., M.K. Downey, A.E. 
Dyson, J.G. Easton, G.T. Edis, M.W. Elice, I. Enscoe, 
J.I. Espinoza, M.P. Fitzgerald, D.B. Gareen, E.G. 
Georgatos, L.G. Geotes, W.M. Gerba, J. Goldstein, 
LT. Goslee, E.F. Gould, R.J. Gould (neurology), A.S. 
Greenberg, A.L. Haber, PA. Hampton, P. Horowitz, 
J. Horwitz, H.F. Huebner (psychiatry), S.S. Hyman. 
P.J. Inguagiato, S. Isaacson, H. Isenberg, R.L. 
Kandell, H.L. Kantor, S.H. Kaplan, M.M. Khadavi, 
S.R. Kumar, S.R. La Sala, U. Lavy, H.L. Levine, M. 
Levy, R.H. Lieberman, D. Lief-Dienstag, S.B. 
Markovics, R.A. Massih, E.M. McCarthy, R.D. 
McLaughlin, W.J. Mesibov, L.H. Miller, A.J. Mistretta, 
N. Mitra (neurology), S.D. Olicker, D.M. Pietrucha 
(neurology), E.S-K. Poon, S. Presti, W.S. Price, W.J. 
Rappaport, G.D. Reddy, R.H. Reiman, A.N. Reyes, 
A.S. Rosenblum, G.W. Rutherford, III, F.W. Schlam, 
M M. Sedlis, C. Sekaran, H. Silver, H.J. Simon, D.R. 
Skog, M. Small, G.M. Spielman, J. Steckelman, P.S. 
Steinfeld, B.J. Stewart, E. Stoner, JA. Szatkowski, 
M.Y.Y. Tsai, R. Waldbaum, S. Weindorf, V.M. Zayas 
(anesthesiology), M.M. Zerah, H.J. Zirin 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

M. Bestak, I.L. Hand, L.C. Hudgins, D.M. Namerow, 
L. Noble, R. Rapaport, EA. Schmalzer, T.L. 
Valentino 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

M. Rosenbaum 

Instructors in Pediatrics 

A. Aledo, MA. Bonilla, F. Boulad, A. Chawla, M.J. 
Chianese, K.M. Curnow, P.S. Dayan, E. Duncan, 
M.D. Frank, A.P. Gillio, A. Greco, H. M. Hanauske- 
Abel, Z. Huma, P.W. Hyden, B.H. Kushner, B.H. 
Landreth, NT. Mallon, H.P. Nikkila (biochemistry), 

E. M. Perelstein, R.J. Schiff, T.N. Small, R.E. Spang, 
J.J. Stambouly, S.C. Stillman, V. Turow, I, Vargas- 
Rodriquez 



Clinical Instructors in Pediatrics 

L. Agdere, F. Aguilar, S.J. Altman, J. A. Amer, R. 
Amoona, D. Andrews, P.M. Baker, I. A. Bartels, M. 
Beer, N. Berkowitz, D. Bratesh-Skornicki, B.J. 
Brovender, C.J. Bryer, A. Chusid, B.A. Dash, E.J. 
DiLello, Jr., M. Dublin, L. Garabedian, KA. Geraci- 
Ciardullo, D.M. Goes, L.J. Good, EA. Greenfield, A. 
Gupta, K.J. Higgins, T. Hogan, A.C. Holtzman, LA. 
Iurato, Y.M. Janvier, E.M.L. Jonisch, A.K. Josen, J.L. 
Kahan, S. Kaplan, K.J. Karlsrud, T.H. Kenefick, Y.M. 
Khakoo, G.M. Krebs-Fernandez, B.A. Laboard, A. 
Lacoius-Petruccelli, M. Lalia, P.S. Landau, P.B. Lang 
(medicine), H.T. Lantz, N.L. Lau, P.E. Leblanc, B.J. 
Lefkowitz, M.L. Lewin, G. Lubov, S.S. Madad, I.M. 
Matos-Rivera, R.G. Merkler, R. Meth, S. Miller- 
Kowal, M. Mir, G.S. Mirkin. M-J. Moises, P. Naysan, 
M.F. Newman-Cedar, P.D. Oppenheimer, H. Orner, 
R.L. Paltzik (medicine), C.R. Pegler, F.J. Piaser, EA. 
Pytlak, R.J. Rodrigues, R. Rodriguez, S. Rosenfeld, 
B.W. Sacks, M. Salemi, C.R. Screnci, AA. 
Serdakowska, B.A. Sheppard, B.S. Slater, G. 
Slepowitz, B. Softness, L. Spiegel (psychiatry), MA. 
Stevens, S.H. Swezey, J. Syalee, R.N. Tingir, LB. 
Toback, P. Vaccaro, M.G. Versfelt (psychiatry), E.B. 
Visconti, J.D. Weiss, A. Weiss-Harrison, M.B. Welles, 
J.M. Werkmeister, K.E. Woodburn-Hourie, R. Yeger- 
Arbitman, K.H. Zatz, D. Zigelman 




Dr. Rudolph L. Leibel, Associate Professor of Clinical 
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Required Courses 
Third Year 

Pediatrics Clerkship The major undergraduate 
teaching effort of the Department of Pediatrics oc- 
curs in the third year. Each student takes a six- 
week Core Clerkship at either The New York 
Hospital or the North Shore University Hospital 
(NSUH). The organization of the clerkship at these 
two sites is somewhat different. At NSUH, each stu- 
dent spends 3 1/2 weeks on a general pediatric in- 
patient unit and 1 1/2 weeks on the inpatient 
adolescent unit. In addition, one week is spent in 
the outpatient clinics and newborn nurseries of the 
St. John's Hospital (a NSUH affiliate). At The New 
York Hospital, students are assigned to an inpatient 
team with which they make daily rounds and to 
which they admit patients. Two of the six weeks 
are spent in the Ambulatory Unit of either The New 
York Hospital or Lenox Hill Hospital working in 
both general and subspecialty clinics. In addition, 
each student is assigned to a general pediatric clinic 
which he/she attends each week. Students also 
have an opportunity to spend four consecutive 
mornings in the well-infant nurseries, and an after- 
noon with a practicing pediatrician. Emergency 
room experience is gained by scheduled evening 
assignments to this unit. 

Students are responsible for a history, physical ex- 
amination, and formulation of a differential diagno- 
sis. The diagnostic and therapeutic plan for the 
patient is developed by the student, and presented 
to the attending physician. Students are expected 
to follow their patients closely, and to write perti- 
nent progress notes. Formal teaching seminars are 
scheduled highlighting various aspects of general 
pediatrics as well as its subspecialties. In addition, 
the student participates in daily attending rounds 
and case discussions. The regularly scheduled 
Grand Rounds and Professorial Rounds for the De- 
partment of Pediatrics are part of the curriculum for 
the third-year student. 

Students are assigned in groups of four or five to a 
tutor who is a member of the faculty. In twice 
weekly meetings, the tutor reviews the student's 
writeups and formal case presentations. These 
meetings are also frequently used to review specific 
points of diagnosis, treatment and pathophysiology 
through brief presentations made by students. 

Elective Courses 

Elective options are offered to first-, second-, and 
fourth-year students. The department offers a 
fourth-year selective in Pediatrics that gives the stu- 
dent an opportunity to function as a subintern on 
an inpatient service. The student is expected to 
help with admission exam, notes on patients, and a 



diagnostic and therapeutic plan. Call is every third 
night. The student has the opportunity to attend all 
conferences and rounds with the housestaff, In ad- 
dition, a selective is offered in ambulator)' pediatrics 
where student participates in evaluation and conti- 
nuity clinics along with the many specialty clinics, 
student will do history and physical examination on 
each patient and present a diagnostic and therapeu- 
tic plan. The goal of this selective is to provide stu- 
dent with a supervised exposure to ambulatory 
pediatrics with special emphasis on preventative 
health care, normal physical and psychosocial de- 
velopment and out-of-hospital management of 
chronic disease. 

In addition to these selectives in general pediatrics, 
the department offers a wide variety of electives in 
both clinical and research pediatrics at The New 
York Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, Memo- 
rial Hospital, North Shore University Hospital, and 
Lenox Hill Hospital. Other elective courses are 
listed in the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

Pharmacology 

Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology 

W.F. Riker, Jr., Revlon Pharmaceutical Professor 
Emeritus of Pharmacology and Toxicology 

Professors of Pharmacology 

L.J. Gudas, Revlon Pharmaceutical Professor of 
Pharmacology and Toxicology, chairman; J R. 
Bertino (medicine), W.W.Y. Chan, R.W. Houde 
(medicine), C.E. Inturrisi, R. Levi, U. Muller- 
Eberhard (pediatrics), M. Okamoto, G.W. Pasternak 
(neurology), M.M. Reidenberg, A.B. Rifkind, A. Van 
Poznak (anesthesiology) 

Professor of Clinical Pharmacology 

K.M. Foley (neurology) 

Adjunct Professors of Pharmacology 

B.A. Berkowitz, S.J. Segal 

Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

H.H. Szeto 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacology 

D.A. Notterman (pediatrics) 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

A. Sastre 

Assistant Professors of Pharmacology 

S.O. Franklin, S.S. Gross, H.C. Hemmings, H.J. 
Prochaska 



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Required Courses 
Second Year 

Medical Pharmacology A major aim of this 
course is to teach how selectivity of drug action is 
determined by pharmacologic principles. Emphasis 
is placed on the application of pharmacologic prin- 
ciples to the understanding and evaluation of drug 
actions. The goal is to provide the student with a 
scientific basis for a rational approach to drug 
therapy. Prototype drugs considered systematically 
serve to illustrate the pharmacologic characteristics 
of the important drug classes and their application 
in medicine. 

The course begins with an introduction to the gen- 
eral principles of pharmacology. This is followed 
by a systematic coverage of major drug classes by 
lectures and conferences. Mechanisms of action 
and adverse effects of prototype drugs in current 
clinical use are presented in formal lectures. Case 
studies and problem-solving exercises are discussed 
at conferences to illustrate the application of basic 
pharmacologic knowledge in clinical medicine. 

Elective Courses 

Second and Fourth Years 

In both the second- and fourth-year elective peri- 
ods, opportunities are available to pursue super- 
vised laboratory course work and clinical studies in 
neuropharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, 
endocrine pharmacology, renal pharmacology, clini- 
cal pharmacology, drug dependency, analgesic 
pharmacology, drug metabolism, and cancer che- 
motherapy. A course in molecular pharmacology is 
offered in the fourth quarter of the second year and 
a personalized independent study course in clinical 
pharmacology is offered to fourth year medical stu- 
dents in all modules of the year, (see Fourth Year 
Course Catalog). 

Physiology and Biophysics 

Professor Emeritus of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

R.L. Greif 

Professors of Physiology and Biophysics 

E.E. Windhager, Maxwell M. Upson Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics, chairman; O.S. 
Andersen, S.A-R. Fuchs (reproductive biology), D. 
Gardner, M.C. Gershengorn (medicine), B. 
Grafstein, Vincent and Brooke Astor Distinguished 
Professor of Neuroscience, CO. Lee, T. Maack, P R. 
MacLeish (ophthalmology), L.G. Palmer, J. L. 
Stephenson (biomathematics) 

Research Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

J.E. Sealey (medicine) 



Adjunct Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

R.G. Abramson, D.C. Gadsby, E. Heinz 

Associate Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

T.K.C. King (medicine), A.N. Krauss (pediatrics). 
B.M. Rayson, H.J. Sackin, E. Townes-Anderson, 
A.M. Weinstein (medicine) 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in 
Physiology and Biophysics 

M.S. Pecker (medicine) 

Associate Research Professors of Physiology 
and Biophysics 

M-J.F. Camargo (medicine), G.D. James (medicine), 
N. Noy 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

S.B. Baruch, J.E. Franklin, Jr. (medicine), J. P. 
Reeves, B.W. Urban (anesthesiology) 

Assistant Professsors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

D. F. Catanzaro (medicine), D.N.S. Duch (anesthesi- 
ology), D.A. Herzlinger, M. Nedergaard (neurology), 

E. Recio-Pinto (anesthesiology), R.B. Silver 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

T.J. Colatsky, S.M. Jones, E. Natke, Jr. 





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Visiting Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

J. Okolicany 

Required Courses 
First Year 

Physiology Instruction in physiology and biophys- 
ics is concentrated in the third and fourth quarter of 
the first year. Prerequisites include a basic knowl- 
edge of chemistry and physics and at least some 
knowledge of anatomy and biochemistry. The in- 
struction in physiology and biophysics is directed 
toward an understanding of the principles involved 
in the functioning of the human body and the 
means by which the functions of the various organ 
systems are integrated. 

The laboratory work emphasizes mammalian physi- 
ology, and is directed toward quantitative determi- 
nations. Students are personally to obtain 
experimental data in carefully selected experiments 
and are taught to interpret them objectively and in a 
physiologically meaningful fashion. The laboratory 
experiments are chosen to illustrate fundamental 
principles in the field of physiology and are corre- 
lated with lectures by means of conferences. The 
demonstrations include instruction in specialized 
techniques, experimental preparations, and presen- 
tation of clinical cases. These are facilitated by the 
participation and cooperation of staff members of 
various departments in the Medical College and The 
New York Hospital. 

Third Quarter Bioelectric phenomena, physiology 
of nerve and muscle, neuromuscular junction, 
smooth muscle, cardiac electrophysiology and 
physiology of blood circulation; lectures and confer- 
ences on endocrinology (integrated interdepartmen- 
tal teaching of endocrinology). 

Fourth Quarter Laboratory work on selected topics 
in physiology and biophysics. On one day each 
week for five weeks, conferences are devoted 
largely to a consideration of laboratory results and 
to the presentation of data from patients who ex- 
hibit functional disturbances. Lectures are given on 
respiration, the physiology of body fluids and acid 
base balance, renal and gastrointestinal function. 
Neurophysiology is taught by members of the 
physiology teaching staff in a separate neuroscience 
course. 

The student is expected to meet a standard of 
knowledge in the indicated areas of physiology of 
sufficient depth to provide a basis for clinical teach- 
ing. At the end of the course the student is ex- 
pected to have a sound grasp of the physiological 
basis of medicine and a professional understanding 
of the mechanisms involved in maintaining normal 
function of the human body. 



Elective Courses 

Seminar courses in topics in membrane biophysics, 
topics in fluid and electrolyte balance, cardiac elec- 
trophysiology, gastrointestinal, and respiratory 
physiology are offered to first year students during 
the third and fourth quarter. An opportunity is of- 
fered to students during their second- and fourth- 
year elective periods to participate as laboratory 
instructors in physiology. Research work and jour- 
nal clubs for medical students will be arranged on 
consultation with members of the department. 

Psychiatry 

Professors Emeriti of Psychiatry 

O. Diethelm, W.T. Lhamon 

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

S.L. Feder 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Psychiatry 

H E. Daniells, F.J. Hamilton, Sr.. J.H. Wall 

Professors of Psychiatry 

W.A. Frosch, interim chairman; G.J. Botvin (psy- 
chology), A.M. Cooper, Stephen P. Tobin and Dr. 
Arnold M. Cooper Professor in Consultation Liaison 
Psychiatry, J.G. Gibbs, Jr., S.L. Gilman (history), I D. 
Glick, KA. Halmi, J. Holland, O.F. Kernberg, J.H. 
Kocsis, R. Michels, Barklie McKee Henry Professor of 
Psychiatry, R.B. Millman, Saul P. Steinberg Distin- 
guished Professor of Psychiatry and Public Health, 
S.W. Perry, III, C.R. Pfeffer, D.J. Reis (neurology), 
M.H. Sacks, T. Shapiro, G.P. Smith (behavioral sci- 
ence), P.E. Stokes, K. Tardiff 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

S.S. Asch, J.R. Bemporad, J.F. Clarkin (psychology), 
M.D. Clayson (psychology), A.H. Esman, S. Gaylin, 
J.L. Katz, R.L. Munich, W.H. Redd (psychology), 
A.H. Samiy (medicine), CA. Shamoian, S.P. Stein, 
T.A. Vandersall, M. Viederman 

Clinical Professors of Psychiatry 

M. Beldoch (psychology), H.R. Blank, H. 
Fensterheim (psychology), L. Friedman, H.F. Hunt 
(psychology), R.A. Isay, H.S. Kaplan, R.C. 
Mastrovito, W.A. Myers, J.M. Quen, C.J. Sager 

Adjunct Professors of Psychiatry 

N. Dain (history), J.T. English, J. Green (psychol- 
ogy), W. Kass (psychology), B.F. Leavy (english), 
J.F. Masterson, Jr., M. Reznikoff (psychology), R. 
Schafer (psychology), H.J. Schlesinger (psychology), 
D.N. Stern 

Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

L.D. Hankoff 



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Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

G. S. Alexopoulos, M.E. Hertzig, P.F. Kernberg, P. A. 
McBride, C. Pollack (neurology), G.S. Ross (psy- 
chology). F. Schwartz (psychology), R.C. Young 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

R.C. Abrams, G.C. Addonizio, A.H. Appelbaum, B.L. 
Ballard, S.F. Bauer, J.A. Deltito, V.M. Fornari, S. 
Gabel, F. Hajal, S.W. Hurt (psychology), B. 
Kalayam, S.J. Kaplan, H.D. Kibel, H.W. 
Koenigsberg, A.B. Lewis, Jr., A.W. Loranger (psy- 
chology), M.J. Massie, S. Mattis (psychology), M.R.A. 
Mattson, B.S. Meyers, F.T. Miller, S.G. Mortati, H.J 
Polan, L.H. Rockland, M.J. Russ, J. Schomer, M.A. 
Selzer, S.K. Severino, G.E. Solomon (neurology), 
V.L. Susman, C.R. Swenson, K.G. Terkelsen, P.G. 
Wilson 

Associate Research Professor of Psychiatry 

N. Geary (psychology) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

A.M. Antonovsky (psychology), R.C. Ascher, A.R. 
Broden, J.W. Brown, R.D. Bruun, E H. Church, A.H. 
Collins, J.F. Crow, E.G. Dabbs, A. Dupuis, S.R. 
Edelson, E. Einbinder, M.S. Eisenberg, M.M. 
Fitzpatrick (psychology), M.M. Fredland, R.E. Glass, 
R.B. Granet, R.S. Grayson, L.J. Hatterer, M. Hill, R. 
Hirsch, P.T. Janulis, E. Kafka, T.P. Kalman, S.E. 
Kapel, M.G. Karmason, A. Kiev, B. Landis (psychol- 
ogy), L.G. Laufer, R.F. Lax (psychology), R.L. Leahy 
(psychology), M.S. Lederberg, H.J. Lefkowits, E.L. 
Lipton, L. Loeb, A.A. McLean, M. Muroff (psychol- 
ogy), E. Nersessian, J.E. Nininger, Y. Nir, J.M. 
Perman, M. Radomisli (psychology), J.M. Ross (psy- 
chology), E.B. Rowntree, A.M. Schwartz, D A. 
Shapiro, J. H. Spencer, Jr., T.G. Stauffer, J.J. Stine, 
N.L. Straker, J.S. Tamerin, J. Terry, J.H. Weiss (psy- 
chology), D. Weitzner, M.C. Winestine (psychol- 
ogy), C. Winkelstein, M.C. Zimmerman 
(psychology) 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

D.I. A. Cohen (biostatistics), F.F. Flach, R. Gilder, 

H. H. Krauss (psychology), J.R. Lachenmeyer (psy- 
chology), R.B. Murphy (biochemistry), R. Rabkin, J. 
Steinberg 

Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

W. Breitbart, R.W. Butler (psychology), S.S. 
Campbell (psychology), E.S. Corp (psychology), L.J. 
DeStefano (psychology), D: Diamond (psychology), 
R.A. Dulit, L A. Dusenbury (psychology), E.A. 
Farber (psychology), S.P. Frankmann (psychology), 
R.A. Friedman, R.E. Gallagher, S.J. Goldsmith, D. 
Greenberg (psychology), E.R. Greenblatt (psychol- 
ogy), L.F. Hoffman, S.V. Horowitz (social psychol- 
ogy), J.W. Hull (psychology), L.B. Jacobsberg, P.B. 
Jacobsen (psychology), G.S. Kanwal, H, Kisnad, B. 



Korey, A.B. Kornblith (psychology), A.C. Leon (bio- 
statistics), L.M. Lesko, M.P. Luber, J.C. Mahler, Jr.. A. 
Manevitz, J.C. Markowitz, P.M. Marzuk, R.H. 
McCarthy, J.M. Palumbo, D.A. Perlick (psychology), 
W.R. Picker (psychology), P. Powchik, A. Reggev 
(medicine), S.J. Romano, M.S. Rubenstein, C.J. 
Sanderson (psychology), L.H. Schneider (psychol- 
ogy), E.J. Schork, Jr. (psychology), E.E. Seelye, T.E. 
Smith, M.S. Sokol, P.V. Trad, P.D. Trautman, H. Van 
Bellingham, P.J. Wilner, F.E. Yeomans, D.D. Yi 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

W.V. Akman (medicine), R.S. Deucher, D R. Wagner 
(neurology) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

H.K. Abramowicz, D. Adams, L.D. Applegarth (psy- 
chology), E.L. Auchincloss, S. Auchincloss, R.D. 
Baker, A.S. Barasch, J. Barbuto, J. Benjamin, LI. 
Berger, R.J. Berlin, M.B. Blitz, J. Blum (psychology), 
T.B. Boland (psychology), J. Bose, G. Brezenoff 
(psychology), N. Brockner, L.M. Brody, R.B. Brower 
(public health), J. L. Brown (pediatrics), W. Burten, 
T.A. Butler, N.B. Case (psychology), R.H. 
Catenaccio, J.J. Cavanagh, T. Cherbuliez, I. 
Chiarandini, C.J. Clark, A.J. Clarkin (psychology), D. 
Cohen, M.V. Cohen (psychology), R.P. Cohen, J. 
Cohler (psychology), M.N. Datta, P.C. Deri (psy- 
chology), M.V. Di Gangi, D.C. Dillon, J.T. Di 
Bianco, J.B. Doller, A. Donatelli, T.L. Doyle, Jr., J. 
Dunietz, S. Eichler, A. Eisen, K. Eisenstadt (psychol- 
ogy), D. Feinberg, S.D. Feinstein, E.H. Feuer, J.L. 
Fine (psychology), P.H. Fishier, E.F. Flynn, M.P. 
Frogel, V. Fromberg, M.R. Fyer, R.T. Ganeles, C. 
Gardner, L. Geisen (psychology), B. Gilbert, K.J. 
Gilmore, M.M. Gilmore, A.B. Gistrak, H.I. Glazer 
(psychology), M.R. Goldberger, W.L. Golden (psy- 
chology), S. Golub, G.J. Grad, G. Greenberg (psy- 
chology), E.L. Greene, J. A.R. Grimaldi, L.E. 
Grolnick, C.H. Haber, J.P. Halper, D.N. Hertz, R.K. 
Hill, L. Hoffman, K. Hopenwasser, H.F. Huebner, 
C.G. Huntington (radiology), I.G. Hyler, G.D. Igel, 
W. Jacobson, S.C. Josephson (psychology), J.P. 
Kahn, R. Kaiser, N.L. Kaplan, R.D. Kaplan, N.P. 
Karush, R.K. Karush, P.F. Kauff (psychology), K.V. 
Kelly, H.A. Kim, K.S. Kirstein, J. Lanoil (psychol- 
ogy), Z.L. Lazar (psychology), R.E. Lee (medicine), 
A.H. Levi (psychology), P.A. Levi, G.L. Levitt. B.A. 
Lieberman, J.H. Liebowitz, S. Lituchy, A.D. Lord 
(psychology), I.B. Lorinstein (psychology), M.A. 
Luallen (psychology), J. Lucas, R.L. Malen, D. Man- 
ning, J.A. Marcus, E. McNutt, M.L. Melamed, J.G. 
Mendel, E.M. Mendelsohn (psychology), G.M. 
Montero, D.B. Nagel, A.D. Nahas, L.M. Najarian, 
M.J. Napoliello, S.G. Nathan (psychology), A.I. 
Newman, P.O. Niceta (surgery), H. Nunberg, A.K. 
Offit, L.M. Parker, J.T. Patten, S.L. Pauker, D. 
Pelcovitz (psychology), V.S.B. Pender, M.A. 
Perelman (psychology), M.M. Peskin, E.R. Peyser, S. 
Phansalkar, A. Phillips, V.R. Piskacek, R.N. Popkin. 



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J.M. Price, S.N. Price, L. Prusnofsky, A. Radomisli. 
J.C. Rembar (psychology), M.S. Reubins, M.M. Rick 
(psychology), J.B. Rohrlich, M. Rubinstein, M.G. 
Rudden, G.H. Rusk, E. Samberg, G.K. Samios, B.J. 
Saul. J.W. Schein, J. Schmugler, A.H. Schore. J.E. 
Schultz, S.W. Seides. R. Silbert, H.B. Simon (sur- 
gery), T.I. Sitnick (psychology), M.E. Snow (psy- 
chology), L.J. Sobel, M.A. Spiegel, I. Sternschein. L. 
"Fallal. J. Tolchin, L, Tucker (psychology), H.J. 
Urbach, R. Waldbaum (pediatrics), S. Waldron, Jr.. 
M. Wasserman, S.J. Wein, H.J. Weinberg, A.S. 
Weiner (psychology), A. Weintrob, W.M. Weisner. 
C.J. Weiss, J. Weiss (psychology), R.W. Weiss, W. 
Weiss, M.H. Witkin (psychology) 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

E. Becker, J. L. Berg, B.G. Berger (psychology). 
W.H. Berman, Jr. (psychology), E.J. Blum (psychol- 
ogy), S. Bram (psychology), B. Buchsbaum (psy- 
chology), M. Cloitre (psychology), H. 
Davidoff-Hirsch, A. Drewnowski (psychology), Z.E. 
Dziewanowska, B. Fishman (psychology), W.H. 
Goodman, S. Grossman, E. Halpert. M.G. Hart, S.P. 
Herman, A.B. Landolt, C.Z. Magi, J.C. Mayer, A. 
Mobarak, I. Mohacsy, R. Neschis, A. P. Perlstein, N. 
Peters, E.L. Rabiner, S. Reich (psychology), T.A. 
Revenson (psychology), D.B. Robbins, S.D. Roth. L 
Sevcik (anesthesiology), R.J. Sowala (psychology), J. 
Steisel 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry 

J. Lefer 

Instructors in Psychiatry 

L. Abrams, W.J. Apfeldorf, DA. Appel, R.I. 
Bajulaiye, H.A. Berkeley, D.L. Braun, C.T. Cahenzli, 
R.L. Cambor, S.A. Cartmell, J.C. Cohen (psychol- 
ogy), J. F. Cubells, A. Deutsch (psychology), B.F. 
Edelstein, A.O.S. Fels, J.S. Fine, K.D. Friend, E.H. 
Gery, A. Gonzalez-Aviles, E.M. Grabstein, A. Griffin. 
B.S. Grobois, J.R. Guss, D.M. Heebink, M. Hunt, E. 
Jacobowitz, K.M. Kash (psychology), S.S. Kemker, 
K. Kessler, T.C. Kirkham (psychology), E.I. Kleifield 
(psychology), J. Krieger (psychology ), S.O. 
Kulchycky, G.J. Makari, S.L. Manne (psychology), R. 
Mares, J. Ostroff (psychology), S.D. Passik (psychol- 
ogy), B.D. Poeschla, M.E. Prager, J.L. Rebeta (psy- 
chology), D.A. Silbersweig, J. A. Sirey (psychology), 
B.L. Solnick, M. Stam, R.L. Steinberg, S.R. Sunday 
(psychobiology), G.K. Tsuboyama, E.R. Wachter, J. 
Weisbard, P.K. Wiener, C.E. Yanow 

Clinical Instructors in Psychiatry 

S. Aarons, P.J. Acker (pediatrics), T.H. Ackerman, 
\ A Adler, G.H. Albert, A.I. Altman, R. Altman, B.J. 
Ambrosino, J.E. Asch, A. Balas, K.J. Barish (psychol- 
ogy), J.W. Barnhill, W.D. Becker, E.P. Bender. N. 
Berkowitz (pediatrics), J.M. Bessette (psychology ), 



D. K. Bloomgarden (medicine), S. Brandt, D.S. 
Breindel, R.H. Brent, D.M. Brody, J.E. Burris (oph- 
thalmology, courtesy), F.N. Busch, R.W. Bush (psy- 
chology), B.B. Caraccio, S.E. Chazan (psychology), 
N.S. Cohen (psychology), S.K. Cohen, D.H. Conney, 
S.A. Cooperman. J.C. Dietrich (psychology). R.J, 
Doherty (dentistry), P.R. Doyle (psychology), J.C. 
Echevarria, B.K. Elias, E.L. Eng, I. Fastovsky, R.B. 
Fath, Jr. (medicine), C. Feigelson (psychology), L.G. 
Fischman, T. Fishman, M. P. Flaum (psychology), 
B.L. Flye (psychology), N.D. Gilliam (psychology, 
courtesy), B. Goodman, M. Gordon, R.J. Gordon, 
L.K. Gornick (psychology), M.A. Gould (psychol- 
ogy), M.S. Graham (dentistry), J. Greenberg, L.C. 
Groopman. H.H. Guy (anesthesiology), A.M. Hilmi 
(medicine), B. Hoffman, E.L. Hollander, M.A. 
Horowitz (ophthalmology, courtesy), N.C. 
Horowitz, J.T. Howard (obstetrics and gynecology), 
L.R. Jacobs, L.S. Josephs (psychology), V.B. Kaiser, 
S.B. Kardon (radiology), E.M. Katus, B. Katz, M.A. 
Katzman (psychology), R. Kogan. S. Kramer, N.M. 
Kravis, R.S. Kruger (psychology), S.P. Lee, M. 
Levine, E.G. Lister, P. Lister, A.N. Looker, R. 
Lubelski, J.R. Lusic, S.I. Lusskin, B. Markman- 
Reubins, B.A. Meisel (obstetrics and gynecology). 
W.J. Miles (dermatology), D.A. Mitnick, C.J. 
Morosini (medicine), D.A. Moses, J.B. Moses (medi- 
cine), S.T. Nevins (otorhinolaryngology), J. Ordover, 
S.B. Ornstein, A. Orr-Andrawes, L.D. Orvieto (den- 
tistry), E.M. Paul, D.F. Pelino, D R. Powell (cour- 
tesy), CP. Ramesar, S.D. Raw (social work), J. O. 
Roiphe, P.E. Romero, A. Rosenberg, K.P. 
Rosenberg, D. Rudolph, R.S. Sacks, G.A. Sagi, L.S. 
Sandberg, E.M. Sanders, D.H. Sawyer, L.D. 
Schackman, E.K. Schlefer, A. Schongalla, M. 
Schwab, M.N. Seif (psychology), M. Shukla, P.F. 
Sicher, M. Sickles, L.M. Sinsheimer, P.L. Sloate (psy- 
chology), S. Spater-Zimmerman, L. Spiegel, H.D. 
Stein, A.I. Stempler, E.H. Tulis (psychology), M.G. 
Versfelt (pediatrics), S. Wagner (psychology), M. 
Wainston, R. Weiner, M.T. Wilner, R.S. Wysoki (ob- 
stetrics and gynecology), T.O. Zazula (psychology), 

E. K. Zitzmann (surgery) 

Required Courses 
First Year, First Quarter 

The Mental Status Examination This course re- 
views the phenomenology of human mental func- 
tion. Each week a one-hour lecture/demonstration 
presents aspects of mental functioning including af- 
fect, thought, and perception. Their role in the or- 
ganization of defense and coping mechanisms, the 
doctor-patient relationship, and sexuality are eluci- 
dated. Following the lecture, small groups of stu- 
dents meet with two preceptors, discuss the lecture 
and reading material, and visit a medical or psychi- 
atric ward where a patient is interviewed. The data 
of the interview are organized by using the material 
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First Year, Fourth Quarter 

Human Behavior in Disease: AIDS as Paradigm 

The purpose of this course is to demonstrate prin- 
ciples of the response to serious illnesses. One dis- 
ease, HIV/AIDS, has been chosen for illustration 
and will be explored in depth over eight weeks. 
The course is given as a weekly three-hour session 
during the fourth quarter. The first hour consists of 
lectures and videotaped demonstrations. The other 
two hours are spent in small tutorial groups with 
two faculty members interviewing patients and dis- 
cussing the topics. 

Second Year 

Psychopathology The major psychiatric disorders 
are reviewed, emphasizing clinical features, etiol- 
ogy, diagnosis and treatment. After each lecture, 
groups of seven students meet with two faculty 
members on the wards of the Payne Whitney Clinic 
to discuss the lecture topic and reading assign- 
ments, and to interview patients. Students are 
helped to achieve an understanding of mental ill- 
ness and to develop their observational, diagnostic, 
and interview skills. 

Third Year 

Clinical Psychiatry Clerkship Students are as- 
signed for six weeks to special teaching units either 
at the Payne Whitney Clinic or at the Westchester 
Division of The New York Hospital. Clerks are 
given the opportunity to assume major responsibil- 
ity for the evaluation and treatment of selected in- 
patients under the supervision of full-time faculty 
and residents. 

Students also work with the families of inpatients 
and participate in all ward activities. Outpatient ex- 
periences with adults and children are also pro- 
vided. Seminar series, tutorials, readings and 
videotapes of typical psychiatric syndromes supple- 
ment the direct clinical experiences. 

Elective Courses 
First and Second Years 

Electives are offered in basic research areas of psy- 
chiatry, including Chronobiology, Early Develop- 
ment, Human Sexuality and Aggression. These 
courses are organized around weekly lectures/dis- 
cussions and readings 

Fourth Year 

Electives and subinternships in inpatient and outpa- 
tient psychiatry — both adult and child — offer ex- 
tensive opportunities to learn diagnosis and 
treatment of psychiatric patients by assuming direct 
responsibility, under supervision, for patient care. 
Research electives are available in the many re- 
search laboratories and activities of the Department 
including neurotransmitter biochemistry, infant de- 



velopment, clinical pharmacology, movement disor- 
ders, AIDS, and many others. Electives are also 
available in consultation-liaison, social and commu- 
nity psychiatry, psychotherapy, etc. A special effort 
has been made to provide relevant clinical psychiat- 
ric electives in pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gy- 
necology, oncology, and internal medicine for 
students who do not plan a career in psychiatry. 
Elective sites include Payne Whitney Clinic, 
Westchester Division, Memorial Hospital, and North 
Shore University Hospital, as well as the many sites 
of liaison activity on nonpsychiatric services within 
The New York Hospital. Details are available at 
the office of the Director of Medical Student Educa- 
tion and in the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

Research Opportunities 

Department of Psychiatry faculty are conducting ap- 
proximately 200 approved basic and clinical re- 
search projects, from receptor analyses of central 
actions of neuropeptide Y and peptide YY to a pro- 
spective study of posttraumatic stress disorder in 
burn patients. 

First and second year students are encouraged to 
become involved in the research activities of the de- 
partment during the first year, which they then have 
the opportunity to develop over the next three 
years. They may apply this work to candidacy for 
the degree of M.D. with Honors in Research. The 
Harold G. Wolff Research Prize for the most out- 
standing piece of original student research in the 
neurological or behavioral sciences has been 
awarded to students who have completed projects 
in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Summer research fellowships are available. Projects 
have ranged from the study of neurophysiology of 
exploratory behavior in rats to studies of the fami- 
lies of dialysis patients. Interested students may 
contact faculty directly of discuss possible projects 
with the Director of Medical Student Education. 

Fourth year research selectives are available in the 
many research laboratories and activities of the de- 
partment including neurotransmitter biochemistry, 
infant development, clinical pharmacology, AIDS 
and others. 

Students should contact the Director of Medical Stu- 
dent Education to obtain a copy of the Depart- 
ment's Report on Research and discuss their interests 
and options. 

Public Health 

Professors Emeriti of Public Health 

G.G. Reader, Livingston Fatrand Professor Emeritus 
of Public Health, F. Daniels, Jr., R.L. Engle, Jr., 
M.E.W. Goss (sociology) 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Public Health 

B.H. Kean 



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Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of Public 
Health 

C.A. Berntsen, Jr., D.R. Schwartz (nursing), A.W. 
Seligmann, A. Ullmann (social work) 

Professors of Public Health 

R.B. Millman, Saul P. Steinberg Distinguished Profes- 
sor of Psychiatry and Public Health, acting chair- 
man; C.B. Begg (biostatistics), GJ. Botvin 
(psychology), S. Harlap (epidemiology), H.S. 
Ruchlin (economics), K. Tardiff (psychiatry) 

Professors of Clinical Public Health 

L.M. Drusin, W.D. Johnson, Jr. 

Clinical Professors of Public Health 

E.J. Cassell, E.G. McCarthy, C.E. Stevens 

Adjunct Professors of Public Health 

M.H. Alderman, P.J. Imperato, V. Mike (biostatis- 
tics), G. Palevsky (engineering), A.L. Scherzer (pedi- 
atrics), V.W. Siclel 

Visiting Professors of Public Health 

E. Ginzberg (economics), P.D. Marsclen 

Associate Professors of Public Health 

J.F. Kerner, M.L. Lesser (biostatistics), R. Soave 

Associate Professors of Clinical Public Health 

R.L. Braham, A. Gibofsky, E.T. Khuri, A.E. Kuehl 
(surgery) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Public Health 

M.L. Finkel, D.G. Miller, K. Siegel (sociology) 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Public Health 

J.H. Godbold, Jr. (biostatistics), S.A. Kline, M.J. 
Kreek, S.C. Phillips 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical Public 
Health 

E.F. Pascarelli 

Assistant Professors of Public Health 

B. Breuer, R.B. Brower, LA. Dusenbury (psychol- 
ogy), L.M. Gerber, S.V. Horowitz (social psychol- 
ogy), B.D.Jordan (neurology), PH. Kleinman 
(sociology), K.D. LaGuardia (obstetrics and gynecol- 
ogy), S. Madhavan, F.S. Mandel (biostatistics), A.C. 
Mustalish (surgery), K. Offit, Y.R. Schlussel (sociol- 
ogy), Z.F. Zhang 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Public Health 

J.D. Dougherty, L.J. Hatterer (psychiatry), C.J. Weiss 
(psychiatry), E.A. Zang (biostatistics) 



Adjunct Assistant Professors of Public Health 

DA. Benezra, S.B. Blum, J.J. Cardwell (psychology), 
J.A. DeHovitz, W.H. Loery, Z.B. Rosenberg, C.W. 
Wilkinson 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of Public 
Health 

A. M. Herdan, A.L. Levin 

Instructors in Public Health 

R.L. Cambor (psychiatry), P.G. Supino 

Clinical Instructors in Public Health 

B. G. Gellin, R.G. Positano (courtesy) 

Educational Goals 

Public Health as a field focuses on disease preven- 
tion, disease control, and health promotion in hu- 
man groups. Society, rather than the individual, is 
the "patient." A major function of public health 
practitioners is the design and supervision of orga- 
nized public and private programs targeted to meet 
community health needs. Researchers in public 
health from fields within and outside of medicine 
provide the knowledge-base for such programs. 
The specific content of practice and research in 
public health changes with changing technology 
and altered social and environmental conditions. 
But the goal remains the same: to reduce the 
amount of disease, premature death, and disease- 
produced disability in groups of people through or- 
ganized efforts and disciplined study. 

Courses in the Department of Public Health are de- 
signed to introduce students to important aspects of 
the field. Recognizing that the majority of students 
will not receive further training in public health af- 
ter medical school, the department seeks to equip 
students with basic concepts and methods that will 
promote their present and future understanding of 
local, national, and international issues concerned 
with the public's health. Also, through teaching the 
approaches to problem solving embodied in epide- 
miology and biostatistics, the department seeks to 
provide lifelong intellectual tools for designing and 
assessing research in many fields of medicine. Elec- 
tives are available for students who wish more in- 
tense exposure to public health research and/or 
practice. 

Required Courses 
First Year 

Community Health and Disease Prevention 

This course describes selected current disease prob- 
lems that threaten or impair community health in 
the U.S. and abroad. The multiple interacting indi- 
vidual, social, economic, political, and environmen- 
tal factors responsible for such problems are 



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considered, as are approaches to preventing or alle- 
viating the problems on a community-wide basis. 
Lectures and small group seminars. Third quarter. 

Introduction to Biostatistics This course presents 
a brief introduction to the basic concepts of prob- 
ability and classical statistics, and describes the ma- 
jor statistical techniques encountered in the medical 
literature. Methods for collecting and summarizing 
clinical data are discussed, with emphasis on the 
design of clinical trials. Computer terminals for 
solving statistical problems are available. An ex- 
emption test is available for students with previous 
training in statistics. Third Quarter. 

Introduction to Epidemiology This course deals 
with the distribution and causation of diseases in 
mankind, and with the concepts and methods nec- 
essary to describe and analyze such phenomena in 
populations and groups. Considered early in the 
course are important indices of disease frequency, 
mortality measures, design of retrospective (case 
history) and prospective (cohort) studies, and mea- 
sures of relative and attributive risk. These funda- 
mentals are then illustrated by reviewing selected 
communicable and chronic diseases, and by critical 
examination of recent journal articles. Lectures and 
seminars. Third Quarter. 

Systems of Health Care This course describes the 
U.S. health care system in terms of the major di- 
mensions used to characterize health care systems 
world-wide: the availability and organization of 
health personnel, types of health care facilities, and 
sources of economic support for health care activi- 
ties. It includes attention to issues in the regulation 
of quality of medical care, problems in planning 
health care for communities and the nation, and the 
role of politics in formulating national health care 
policy. To provide perspective, the British system 
of providing health care is also discussed. Fourth 
Quarter. 

Second Year 

Parasitology and Tropical Medicine (the B.H. 
Kean Course) This course focuses principally on 
disease caused by the larger parasites that are espe- 
cially prevalent in so-called underdeveloped areas. 
The course begins with the study of the host-para- 
site relationship as it is considered in microbiology 
and pathology and then broadens to include macro- 
scopic parasites. Thus, although the initial and ma- 
jor emphasis of the course is on microscopy, it also 
deals with the main avenues for the study of dis- 
eases in man; clinical medicine and epidemiology. 
The important larger parasites of man are reconsid- 
ered, the mode of transmission of each parasite is 
studied, as well as the life cycle and the intermedi- 
ate hosts. Prevention and control of human para- 
sitic diseases are considered and therapy for these 
conditions is discussed. Actual cases of parasitic- 
diseases are used to illustrate laboratory exercises 
and lectures. Fourth Quarter. 



Third Year 

Public Health and Community Medicine This 
course provides field trips in New York City, coor- 
dinated with seminar sessions in which field trip ex- 
periences and the larger public health issues 
involved are discussed and evaluated. Literature re- 
view is stressed along with first-hand experience in 
order to arrive at balanced views of major topics in 
public health as they relate to a metropolitan area. 
Teaching is conducted in small groups. Rotations 
throughout the year. 

Elective Courses 

Electives are offered throughout the four years 
They include individually arranged study and re- 
search in health economics, in health care delivery 
problems in New York City, in substance abuse, 
other public health problems, as well as experience 
and training in epidemiology at the Centers for Dis- 
ease Control, Atlanta, Georgia. A full listing of elec- 
tives is available in the Fourth Year Course Catalog, 

Radiology 

Professors Emeriti of Radiology 

F.C.H. Chu, J.A. Evans, N. Poker 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Radiology 

J. Zizmor 

Professors of Radiology 

M.D.F. Deck, acting chairman; D.V. Becker, J.S. 
Borer (cardiovascular medicine), P.W. Brill, R.D. 
Finn, R.H. Freiberger, A.B. Goldman, A.F. Govoni, 
R.T. Heelan, C.I. Henschke, R.A. Hyman, J.J. Kaye, 

E. Kazam, L. Krook, S.M. Larson, J.S. Laughlin 
(physics), G.C. Li, C.C. Ling (physics), R. Mohan 
(physics), J.B. Naidich, L.Z. Nisce, H. Pavlov, T.A. 
Sos, H.L. Stein, J. P. Whalen, P H. Winchester, R.D. 
Zimmerman 

Professor of Clinical Radiology 

M.A.E. Batata 

Clinical Professor of Radiology 

F. M. Cummins 

Adjunct Professors of Clinical Radiology 

P. Rossi, J. L. Westcott 

Visiting Clinical Professor of Radiology 

D. Wilner 

Associate Professors of Radiology 

L.L. Anderson, R.E. Bigler (physics), 11 1. Cohen. 
S.D. Davis, R.L. Delapaz, R. Ghelman, D.G. Gomez, 



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D.B. Hayt, L.A. Heier, J.R. Hurley, R.J.R. Knowles 
(physics), J.A. Koutcher (physics), G.J. Kutcher 
(physics), J. A. Markisz, N.S. Rosenfield, L.N. 
Rothenberg (physics), R. Schneider, P.B. Zanzonico 
(physics ) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Radiology 

J.L. Bosworth, J.F. Botet, J.F. Caravelli, D.D. 
Dershaw, M.A. Goldman, G. Krol, S. Packer (oph- 
thalmology), L.M. Rothman, W.A. Rubenstein, S.S. 
Turner, M.N. Ziprkowski 

Clinical Associate Professors of Radiology 

L. Kalisher, G. Stassa 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Radiology 

Y.H. Auh, S. Baiter (physics), P.T. Cahill (physics), 
D. Cowburn (physics), L.F. Lunin, E.A. Nunez 
(physics), M.E. Peterson (physics) 

Assistant Professors of Radiology 

D.J. Ballon (physics), S.M. Berman, B.L. Binkert, 
K.S. Black, K.T. Brown, CM. Burman (physics), C-S. 
Chui (physics), F. Daghighian (physics), B.M. 
Deutch, C.R. Divgi, M.J. Edelman, R.O. Ehrenpreis, 
D.M. Eidelberg (neurology), A.T. Farina, P.T. Finger 
(ophthalmology), D.P. Fontenla (physics), F.L. 
Forman, S. Goldberg, E.S. Gould, M. Graham, J. 
Grewal, B. Gross, K. Han (physics), L.E. Hann, A.W. 
Haraway, G.N. Harris, S. Hilton, M.B. Jagust, P. 
Kalina, N.M. Khilnani, Y.S. Kim, L.P. Lawrence, L. 
Liberman, T.J. LoSasso (physics), D. Lu (physics), G. 
Mageras (physics), M.E. Masterson (physics), P.V. 
O'Moore, D.M. Panicek, K. Pentlow (physics), R.W. 
Perone, M.I.C. Perpignano, H.G. Potter, L. Potters, 
R. Rafal, S. Schatzman, L.H. Schartz, M.R. Scheer, 
D.L. Sherr, E. Shultz, J. St. Germain (physics), D.W. 
Trost, O.S.M. Tsen (physics), R.J. Warshawsky, K.L. 
Weingarten, W.M. Williams, J.R. Wong, D. 
Yankelevitz 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

K.S. Crystal, J. Levenbrown, A. Wecksell 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Radiology 

S.A. Albert, J. Bastidas, L. Carl, B.E. Cohn, A.G. 
Dembner, W.B. Goldstein, A.B. Haimes, V.M. 
Herasme, J.C. Hirschy, C.G. Huntington, M. Jacobs, 
K.B. Karlson, J.V. Levitan, M. Levy-Ravetch, C.C. 
Maniatis, L.D. Neistadt, J.G. Pardes, E. Ramirez de 
Arellano, L.A. Saint Louis, H. Selby, S.J. Sherman, R. 
Solow, C.J. Youner 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Radiology 

L.F. Campbell, K. Zirinsky 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology 

M.R. Sadjadi 



Visiting Assistant Professor of Radiology 

J. Gao 

Clinical Instructor in Radiology 

R.J. Katz 

Facilities 

The completion of the C.V. Starr Pavilion in 1985 
has enabled the Department of Radiology to central- 
ize and expand its facilities in a vertical distribution 
to provide maximal availability to the various clinical 
services. The main sections of the Radiology De- 
partment are located on several floors of the Stan- 
Building. These sections comprise General Radio- 
logical service to The New York Hospital inpatients 
on Starr 9; Pediatric Radiology on Starr 9; Computer- 
ized Tomographic scanning and Ultrasound on Starr 
8; Neuroradiology on Starr 6; Interventional radiol- 
ogy on L5 and Nuclear Medicine on Starr 2. The 
department's central offices, conference room, and 
library are located on Starr 8a. 

Other important sections of the department are 
maintained at locations convenient for patient care: 
Angiography and Interventional Radiology on L5, 
Uroradiology on Starr 9, Emergency Radiology, and 
OB-GYN Radiology. A new outpatient radiology fa- 
cility has recently been completed, and is located 
adjacent to the lobby of the C.V. Starr Pavilion. The 
Section of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is located in 
the sub-basement level of the Payne Whitney Clinic 
building because of structural shielding consider- 
ations. The research facilities for the department are 
located on the sixth floor of the Harkness Research 
Building. The Department of Radiological Physics at 
Memorial Hospital provides radiation surveys, cali- 
bration, and teaching in radiological physics. Radia- 
tion Therapy facilities are located in the Stich 
Building. A state of the art MRI Scanner is located 
in a private office setting on 72nd Street behind the 
"S" building. 

Required Courses 

The teaching of radiology is integrated with the 
medical school curriculum during all four academic 
years. Teaching includes seminars, lectures, confer- 
ences, observation, and participation in a variety of 
elective courses. 

First Year 

In conjunction with the first year course in neuro- 
science a correlative lecture in neuroradiological 
anatomy is given. 

Third Year 

Radiology Clerkship The third year radiology 
clerkship endeavors to provide the student with a 
broad overview of general diagnostic radiology and 



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the radiologic subspecialties. All current modalities 
of medical imaging are covered in the clerkship, 
which is an integral and mandatory part of the third 
year curriculum. The clerkship is given at the be- 
ginning of the third year, and consists of teaching 
seminars, practical experience, and a computer as- 
sisted teaching program termed RADMAC. Morn- 
ings are spent acquiring "hands-on" experience at 
The New York Hospital and affiliated teaching 
institutions. The students participate in imaging ex- 
aminations in neuroradiology, angiography, compu- 
terized tomographic scanning, magnetic resonance 
imaging, nuclear medicine, gastrointestinal radiol- 
ogy, and pediatric and bone radiology. The stu- 
dents learn how these examinations are carried out, 
what the patient will experience, and how the ex- 
aminations are interpreted. Afternoons are devoted 
to didactic presentations in all of the major fields of 
Radiology. The student's remaining unstructured 
time is used for self-instruction with the RADMAC 
program and assigned readings in two textbooks. 

Additional instruction in Radiology during the third 
year is given to students on medical and surgical 
clerkships, who attend daily house staff film review 
of current cases with an attending radiologist. 

Elective Courses 

During the fourth year, elective modules in ad- 
vanced diagnostic radiology are offered to students 
at The New York Hospital, Memorial Hospital, Hos- 
pital for Special Surgery, North Shore University 
Hospital and at St. Barnabas Medical Center. 

The student may choose from a wide selection of 
electives in all phases of radiology. Alternatively, 
an elective may be structured to the student's par- 
ticular needs and plans, following an interview. 

Additional elective modules are offered by the De- 
partment of Radiation Therapy in clinical radiation 
therapy, brachytherapy and radiation biophysics. 
The department is equipped with a full range of the 
most modern radiotherapeutic equipment used in 
the treatment of malignant disease. 

Surgery 

Professors Emeriti of Surgery 

E.J. Beattie, V.F. Marshall (urology), R.L. Patterson, 
Jr. (orthopedics), B.S. Ray, S.F. Redo (pediatrics) 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Surgery 

W.G. Cahan, L.R. Straub 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Surgery 

W.A. Barnes, H.S. Dunbar (neurosurgery), H.W. 
Farr, C.W. Holman, T.R. Miller, B. Thorbjarnarson 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery 

W.F. Nickel 



Professors of Surgery 

R.W. Yurt, acting chairman; M.F. Brennan, A.H. 
Burstein (applied biomechanics), A.M. Cohen, J.J. 
DeCosse, M.M. Eisenberg, P.R. Exelby, W.R. Fair, J. 
Fishman (biochemistry), J.G. Fortner, R.A.R. Fraser 
(neurosurgery), J. H. Galicich, Jr., R.J. Ginsberg, D. 
Goulian (plastic surgery), O.W. Isom, D.W. Kinne, 
J.M. Lane (orthopedics), S.F. Lowry, N. Martini, W. 
Nagler ( rehabilitation medicine), M P. Osborne, R.H. 
Patterson, Jr., A.L. Rubin (biochemistry), D.B. Skin- 
ner, K.H. Stenzel (biochemistiy ), E.W. Strong, W.T. 
Stubenbord, E.D. Vaughan, Jr., James J. Colt Profes- 
sor of Urology in Surgery, R.F. Warren (orthopedics), 
A.J. Weiland (orthopedics, plastic surgery), W.F. 
Whitmore, Jr. (urology), P.D. Wilson, Jr. (orthope- 
dics), T.M. Wright (applied biomechanics) 

Professors of Clinical Surgery 

J.S. Cheigh (medicine), J.R. Denton, R.S. Laskin ( or- 
thopedics), D.B. Levine (orthopedics), D.S. Martin, 
W.F. Pizzi, C.S. Ranawat (orthopedics), R.R. Riggio 
(biochemistry), L. Root, E.A. Salvati (orthopedics), 
T P. Sculco (orthopedics), J.P. Shah, R.H. Spiro, 
A D. Turnbull 

Clinical Professors of Surgery 

S.J. Behrman (dental and oral), R.H. Guthrie, A.E. 
Inglis (orthopedics), J.H. McGovern (urology), C.K. 
McSherry, E.C. Muecke (urology), J. A. Nicholas (or- 
thopedics), S.H.Q. Quan, J.W. Smith (plastic sur- 
gery), P.H. Stern (rehabilitation medicine), R.S. 
Waldbaum, G.E. Wantz, J.C. Whitsell, II 

Adjunct Professor of Surgery 

G.T. Shires 

Adjunct Clinical Professors of Surgery 

J.L. Madden, G.J. Wise (urology) 

Associate Professors of Surgery 

E. Arbit, N.H. Bander, Bernard and Josephine Chans 
Associate Professor of Urological Oncology, P.S. 
Barie, D.L. Bartel (applied biomechanics), A.R. Beil, 
Jr., F. Betts (biophysics), H.L. Bush, Jr., S.E. 
Calvano, C.N. Cornell (orthopedics), J.M. Davis, 
W.E. Enker, J.P. Gold, M. Goldstein (urology), C.W. 
Goodwin, Jr., Johnson & Johnson Distinguished As- 
sociate Professor of Surgery, P.M. Guida, J.H. 
Healey, D.L. Helfet (orthopedics), H.W. Herr, K.H. 
Krieger (cardiothoracic), D.E. Matthews (biochemis- 
try), L.L. Moldawer, D.A. Notterman (pediatrics), J.C. 
Otis (applied biomechanics), P.M. Pellicci (orthope- 
dics), CM. Rimnac (applied biomechanics), V.W. 
Rusch, S.P. Schantz, B.H. Smith, R.B. Snow 
(neurosurgery), R.E. Sosa, L. Staiano-Coico (microbi- 
ology), P. A. Torzilli (applied biomechanics), R.E. 
Windsor (orthopedics) 



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Associate Professors of Clinical Surgery 

M.S. Bains. W.H.O. Bohne (orthopedics), D.L. 
Bordon (orthopedics), S.W. Burke (orthopedics). 
F.W. Gamache, Jr., A.C. Geiss, R.F. Green (rehabili- 
tation medicine), M.H. Hall. B.R. Heinzen, W.H. 
Knapper, A.E. Kuehl, S.J. Lang (cardiothoracic). 
M.H. Lavyne, J.P. Lyden (orthopedics), P.M. 
McCormack, R.R. McCormack, Jr. (orthopedics), 
D.T. Mininberg, R.L. Nelson. V.A. Parnell, Jr., D.S. 
Reiner, S.D. Saal (medicine), P.C. Sogani, J.F. 
Sullivan (biochemistry), A.J. Tortolani, John D 
Mountain. M.D.. Associate Professor of Clinical Sur- 
gery at North Shore University Hospital, J.C.L. Wang 
(medicine), T.L. Wickiewicz (orthopedics) 

Associate Research Professors of Surgery 

D. Felsen (pharmacology), N.T. Telang (cell biol- 
ogy) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery 

A. Antonacci, S.E. Asnis, R.H. Bard, H.Z. Benjamin 
(rehabilitation medicine), R. Carras (neurosurgery), 
J.W. Coleman (urology), A.F. Cortese, J. A. Epstein, 
N.E. Epstein, A. A. Fracchia, J.A. Fracchia (urology), 
A H. Gold, B. Hoexter, M.J. Kaplitt. F.R. Kunken 
(dental and oral), S.B. Labow, R.C. Marcove (ortho- 
pedics), V.F. Marzulli, J.C. McCabe, K.P. Morrissey, 
P.F. O'Leary, W.R. Pitts, Jr. (urology), J.J. Putnam 
(dental and oral), J. M. Reckler, C.S. Shin, M.F. Si- 
lane, N. Spier, R.M. Stark (orthopedics), V.A. 
Subramanian 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

N.A. Johanson 

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery 

CM. Pellman, S.L. Scheiner 

Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine 
in Surgery 

I. von Estorff 

Assistant Professors of Surgery 

M.M. Alexiades (orthopedics), D.W. Altchek (ortho- 
pedics), N.K. Altorki (cardiothoracic), A.T. Appleton 
(orthopedics), DA. Behrman (dental and oral), P.I. 
Borgen, R. Brockman (orthopedics), M.E. Burt 
(cardiothoracic), F.P. Cammisa, Jr. (orthopedics), 
J.J.C. Chiao, D.G. Coit, J.T. Deland (orthopedics), 
A.M. Dietzek, J.F. Eid (urology), GA. Fantini, M.P. 
Figgie (orthopedics), P.F. Fondacaro, D. Gadaleta, 
L.B. Gayle (plastic surgery), J. Ghajar 
(neurosurgery), D.I. Gorga (rehabilitation medi- 
cine), DA. Grande (cell biology and anatomy), R.T. 
Grant (plastic surgery), P.H. Halebian, R.J. Hariri, 
L.P. Harvey-Banchik, D.A Hidalgo (plastic surgery), 
LA. Hoffman (plastic surgery), R.N. Hotchkiss (or- 
thopedics), C.J. Hsu (biochemistry), S.C. Khaneja, K. 



Ko ( neurosurgery), H.R. Lamaute, M.P. LaQuaglia, 

G. S. LaTrenta (plastic surgery), I.M. Leitman. S. 
Macphail (immunology), M.A. Marano, CP. Martucci 
(biochemistry), G.N. Minoli (dental and oral), M.P. 
Moore, A.J. Mustalish (emergency medicine). S.J. 
O'Brien (orthopedics), J. A. Petrek, D.L. Picard. S R. 
Powell (pharmacology), J. L. Ricci, D.A. Risucci (psy- 
chology), T.K. Rosengart. P. Russo, P.N. Schlegel 
(urology), E.G. Schwartz (orthopedics), L.M. 
Sclafani, D.C. Semashko. J. Sheinfeld, R.K. Tiwari 
(biochemistry), K. Tracey (neurosurgery). R.J. Ward. 
M.S. Weinstock. G.F. Whalen, J. A. Zelano (biomedi- 
cal engineering) 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Surgery 

J.M. Aronian, III, TA. Chaglassian 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Surgery 

I.J. Aprile. M. Aden, F. Attiyeh, H.T. Barbaris, LA. 
Behrman (dental and oral), CM. Beiles, B.W. 
Brewer, J.C. Byrne (urology), J. L. Clarke, W.T. 
Curry. T.M. Darrigan (dental and oral), A.J. DePalo, 

D. M. Dines (orthopedics), G.K. Doughlin, CR. 
Dunbar (orthopedics), A.C. Elias (dental and oral). 
A.R. Ernst, J. Feinberg (plastic surgery). J.L. 
Finkelstein, LA. Fish (urology), G.W. Flint, S.L. 
Frantz, M.E. Freund, SG. Friedman, B.R. Gilbert 
(urology), A.F. Glendinning, L.A. Gordon, J.L. 
Halpern (dental and oral), A.J. Hauser (dental and 
oral), S.J. Hershon, R.E. Hertz, A.D. Heymann, G. 
Imber, C. Kaplan (dental and oral), K. Kenigsberg, 
S.M. Koteen (dental and oral), L.B. Lane (orthope- 
dics), J.C. Lee (dental and oral), M.S. Lemchen (den- 
tal and oral), L.R. Levin, R.M. Linsky, M.R. Madden, 
P.J. Marchisello (orthopedics), D.M. Mazor. J.P. 
McCarron, Jr. (urology), T.P. McGovern (urology), 
T.C. McLure (plastic surgery), N.I. Mendell (dental 
and oral), G.W. Miner (urology), A.S. Mishrick, C.G. 
Moccio, L.J. Mondschein (urology), J. E. Morrison 
(orthopedics), M.D. Moseson, P.O. Niceta (urology), 

E. J. Nowak, M.A. Paglia, E.R. Piccaro (dental and 
oral), LB. Prince (dental and oral), P.G. Prioleau 
(medicine), L.E. Quitt (dental and oral), T.L. Raftery, 
D-S. Rho (rehabilitation medicine), N.S. Roome, 
K.O. Rothaus, H. Rothenberg, J.E. Rowan (dental 
and oral), C.K. Saha, B.S. Savits, N.H. Schulman 
(plastic surgery), D.C. Silverstein (orthopedics), H.B. 
Simon (urology), B.D. Sklansky, N. Sohn, I. A. Spira, 

H. Statman, J.K. Swinburne, F.J. Vagnini, K.P. Velis 
(orthopedics), J.S. Waxier, J.J. Williams (urology) 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Surgery 

I D. Birkhoff (urology), S.W. Davis (rehabilitation 
medicine), F.C Lowe, M.H. Wechsler (urology) 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of Surgery 

A.M. Ayuyao, D.A. Bloomfield (medicine), A. 
Cahan, R.P. Cordone, P.N. De Sanctis, R.A. Dietrich, 
S. Fortunoff (urology), G. Fried, J. Glasser, M.S. 



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Gordon, J. G. Hansen, J. P. Kavoussi, K.R. Krauss 
(medicine), H. Lumerman (dental and oral), T.S. 
Melester, I.C. Schulman (medicine), J. Simson 
(medicine), A. Spiegel (medicine) 

Visiting Assistant Professors of Surgery 

W.K. Aulitzky, G.E. Cimochowski (cardiothoracic), 
G.A. Gastl (urology) 

Instructors in Surgery 

J.M. Brown, III (cardiothoracic), J. Counce 
(cardiothoracic), S.B. Haas, D.M. Jablons 
(cardiothoracic), E.A. Lachmann (rehabilitation 
medicine), N.R. Mandava, S. Sharif (neurosurgery) 

Clinical Instructors in Surgery 

J. Abramowitz (urology, courtesy), M.W. Abrams, 
M.M. Alexander (urology, courtesy), S.C. Allen, C. 
Arango (courtesy), N.A. Armenakas (urology), MJ. 
Attkiss, F.L. Badillo (urology), S.M. Baum (dental 
and oral), S.R. Baumgarten (courtesy), R.B. Berroya, 
BJ. Boylan (dental and oral), G.S. Bromley (plastic 
surgery), MJ. Bronsky (dental and oral), A.D. 
Brown (rehabilitation medicine), J. Burrell (dental 
and oral), R.D. Carpenter (dental and oral), D.J. 
Chalif, L. Chen, G.C. Chotkowski (dentistry, oral 
and maxillofacial surgery), H.S. Cody, III (courtesy), 
J.R. Cole, W.J. Cole (medicine, courtesy), B.M. 
Cooney (dental and oral), L.M. Cooper (dental and 
oral), R.L. Cucin (plastic surgery), L.M. Deane, R.E. 
Decker, S.L. Deckoff, A.R. Deschamps, D.C. Derisi, 
J. Doundalakis (dental and oral), S.M. Erlanger, MJ. 
Errico, S.L. Frye (urology), P.M. Gallagher (plastic 
surgery), J.P. Gaston, B.S. Geller (medicine, cour- 
tesy), R.F. Giannandrea (dental and oral), M.R. 
Glogoff (dental and oral), R.W. Gluck (courtesy), 
B.M. Greenberg, M.M. Gross (courtesy), J.W. Guido, 
F.A. Gulmi (courtesy), A.H. Harris, J.I. Hershman 
(urology), M.S. Hochberg (dental and oral), A.D. 
Housman (courtesy), M.S. Kaplan (urology, cour- 
tesy), J.L. Karp (courtesy), R. Karsten (dental and 
oral), N.M. Katlowitz (urology), M.E. Kessler (cour- 
tesy), A.N. Kim (urology), H.N. Kivell (urology, 
courtesy), K.V. Krishnasastry, G.C.W. Lee, C.A. 
Lennon (dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery), 
S.J. Lentini (dental and oral), C.B. Lesesne, S.R. 
Levin (rehabilitation medicine), D.C. Levine, D.J. 
Levine (dental and oral), B.M. Libin (dental and 
oral), F.M. Lifshey (dental and oral), M.H-H. Loo 
(urology), F.N. Lukash, G. Macina (medicine, cour- 
tesy), I. Madeb (urology), T.M. Mauri, D.A. Mayer, 
P.V. McMahon (orthopedics), A.S. Melinger, T.I. 
Meshkati, J.L. Mitchell (dental and oral), P.R. 
Neumann, M.F.X. O'Neill, P.D. Pack (dental and 
oral), H.S. Partridge, J. T. Perry (dental and oral, 
maxillofacial), E.W. Powers, III (plastic surgery), B.I. 
Preminger (courtesy), A.J. Procaccino, P.H. Pruden 
(dental and oral), EJ. Prus (dental and oral), I.M. 
Rampello (rehabilitation medicine), D.S. Rich (or- 
thopedics), T.D. Rizzo (orthopedics), MJ. Robbins 



(medicine, courtesy), H.A. Rose, A.D. Rosenthal, 
S.P. Saltzman (dental and oral), R.L. Salzer, Jr., (or- 
thopedics), J.J. Sandhaus (courtesy), M.A. Savino 
(courtesy), R.G. Schwager, R.E. Schwartz, B.A. 
Seideman, M.A. Seldon (medicine, courtesy). G. 
Sferra (dental and oral), N.A. Sgaglione (orthope- 
dics), S. Shamsian (courtesy), J.M. Sherwood, R.A. 
Sigler (dental and oral), H.B. So, R.M. Sorin (dental 
and oral), M.G. Steinberg (dental and oral), A.M. 
Stone, R.J. Strauss, S.R. Swamy (medicine), V.J. 
Tumminello (courtesy), S.J. Tunick (dental and 
oral), MJ. Vassallo (dental and oral), S. Wainstein 
(courtesy), A.B. White (orthopedics), A.J. Wise, M. 
Wosnitzer (courtesy), D. Zwickler (medicine, cour- 
tesy) 

Required Courses 
Second Year 

Instruction begins in the fourth quarter of the sec- 
ond year. Sessions are provided in general surgic al 
problems as part of the course in Physical Diagno- 
sis. Instruction is also provided in orthopedic and 
urologic examination. 

Third Year 

Surgery Clerkship The curriculum for the third 
year provides a core program of clinical instruction 
in surgery to the student during a twelve-week pe- 
riod. This consolidates all surgical instruction, out- 
side of initial teaching in physical diagnosis in the 
second year, and leaves the fourth year for elective 
studies. 

The third-year class is divided into four sections. 
Each quarter provides approximately twelve weeks 
on the general surgery pavilions with a selection of 
rotations through the divisions of thoracic surgery, 
urology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, otorhino- 
laryngology, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery and 
orthopedics (Hospital for Special Surgery). During 
this time, the student acts as clinical clerk and par- 
ticipates in day-to-day activities in patient care. The 
student gathers experience by taking complete his- 
tories and doing physical examinations. The stu- 
dent also evaluates laboratory determinations on 
assigned patients and has an opportunity to partici- 
pate in the preoperative preparation. When the pa- 
tient is operated on, the student may act as part of 
the operating team to see at first hand the patho- 
logical conditions for which the operation was un- 
dertaken. The student attends the rounds held by 
the residents and members of the senior staff. 

Each Wednesday, from 2 to 3 p.m., the chairman of 
the department has a conference with the student 
body during which various surgical problems are 
reviewed. On Mondays and Thursdays, from 2 to 5 
p.m., seminars are held in which attending surgeons 
lecture on surgery and its subspecialties This 
schedule provides a broad coverage of surgery in 
its entirety. 



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On Monday and Friday afternoons, ward rounds are 
held by surgeons accompanied by students. These 
rounds are oriented toward the particular patients 
and problems available on the floor each time. The 
last week of the surgical clerkship is devoted to 
otorhinolaryngology and ophthalmology exclusively 
for clerkship and lectures. 

Elective Courses 
Fourth Year 

In the fourth year, the Department of Surgery offers 
a variety of electives, including experiences in clini- 
cal fields as well as in research laboratories. These 
are fully outlined in the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 
It is at this time that the students have an opportu- 
nity to work in the Burn Center to fulfill subintern- 
ship selective requirements. 



Student Life 



Although part of a large, world renowned biomedi- 
cal complex, Cornell University Medical College can 
be .seen at the same time as a small, well-defined 
community. Not only do 95% of Medical College 
students live w ithin a three-block area surrounding 
the classrooms and laboratories, but also the 
college's upper Hast Side location in Manhattan of- 
fers comfort and convenience as a self-contained, 
sale, residential neighborhood. 

This unique community is dramatically augmented 
by its location within one of the world's great cities 
— a city that classes of Cornell students learn to ex- 
plore and enjoy each year. New York City presents 
to students of the Medical College an unparalleled 
range of cultural and recreational activities — many 
within walking distance, and all easily accessible on 
public transportation. The exhilarating island of 
Manhattan is only thirteen miles long and much of 
the world's best art, music, theatre, cinema, sports, 
and food is literally at the doorstep of every Medical 
College student. 

Housing 

Cornell University Medical College guarantees fur- 
nished housing to its students, in one of three Uni- 
versity-owned buildings. F.W. Olin Hall, located at 
445 East 69th Street, is directly across from the York 
Avenue entrance to the Medical College. The ten- 
story Olin Hall contains 200 living units, a kitchen 
on each student floor, plus a gymnasium, student 
lounge, and library. Each student room is furnished 
as a single bedroom-study. Since two rooms have a 
connecting bath, they are used as a suite for two 
students. All first-year students requiring single ac- 
commodations live in Olin Hall. 

Housing for first-year students requiring family ac- 
commodations and all upper-class students is avail- 
able in The Livingston-Farrand Apartments and in 
the Jacob S. Lasdon House. Both buildings contain 
studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apart- 
ments. To provide maximum utilization of housing 
space, two single students are assigned to one-bed- 
room apartments, while three single students are as- 
signed to two-bedroom apartments. A limited 
number of Livingston-Farrand studios are available 
for single upper-class students. Students requiring 
family accommodations are assigned to housing 
units based on family size and need. 

Medical College students pay rents that are well be- 
low standard rent levels on the upper East Side. 
The student housing fee for Olin Hall in 1992-1993 



is S278 per month. In Lasdon House and Living- 
ston-Farrand, fees per student in shared apartments 
average $350 per month. Housing fees in all build- 
ings are subject to change. 




Entrance to the Jacob S. Lasdon House, located at 
420 East 70tb Street, where most medical students 
are housed 



Health Care 

Student Health Service 

Entering students must have a physical examination, 
chest x-ray, and laboratory tests performed by their 
personal physicians prior to matriculation. Students 
may purchase insurance coverage for eligible de- 
pendents who do not have other insurance avail- 
able to them. Insured dependents are not eligible 
for care at the Student Health Service. 

It is recommended that students purchase insurance 
cov erage for eligible dependents who do not have 
other insurance available to them. Insured depen- 
dents are not eligible for care at the Student Health 
Service but they will be referred to appropriate 
members of the Hospital staff for medical treatment. 



82 Student Organizations and Societies 



Health Insurance 

The Student Health Care Plan of Cornell University 
Medical College provides hospitalization and major 
medical insurance for medical students. The plan 
also provides for ambulatory care at the Student 
Health Service. Physicians at the Health Service will 
refer students who require specialized care to at- 
tending physicians of the staff. Each incoming stu- 
dent receives information concerning the Student 
Health Service along with a complete statement of 
the benefits provided by the plan. 

Students are issued membership cards in the plan 
and receive courtesy privileges at The New York 
Hospital Pharmacy. 

Long Term Disability Insurance 

Cornell University Medical College provides a dis- 
ability plan that will pay a monthly benefit in the 
event a student becomes disabled. In addition, this 
coverage allows the student to purchase an indi- 
vidual disability policy after graduation that may be 
expanded as income increases in future years. 

Student Organizations and 
Societies 

Student organizations at the Medical College are 
many and varied. They represent the interests of 
the student body with a current focus on commu- 



nity service and international exchange. In addition 
to the student government, the Medical Student Ex- 
ecutive Council, and its committees. Cornell has 
chapters of many national medical organizations 
and representatives < >l the Association of American 
Medical Colleges (AAMC-OSR). These include the 
American Medical Student Association (AMSA), 
American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). 
American Medical Association-Student Section 
(AMA), and Students for Equal Opportunity in 
Medicine (SEOM). These organizations and others 
involv ing religious, ethnic and political activ ities 
sponsor social events, lectures and outreach 
projects open to all. Other groups have formed 
around music, literature, art, film and photography 
interests. 

There is an active rugby team and students partici- 
pate in jogging, swimming, soccer, basketball, 
aerobics, squash, weightlifting and tennis at or near 
the campus. 

A Cultural Committee provides information on inex- 
pensive cultural opportunities in New York City, 
with low priced tickets available through an en- 
dowed fund from an alumnus. 

Following is a more complete description of some 
of the student organizations: 

American Medical Association (AMA) Student 
Section. Cornell's student chapter of the American 
Medical Association is active in teaching about AIDS 




Students using the exercise and weight room in Olin Hall 



Student Organizations and Societies 83 



to high school students as well as in other areas of 
national concern to future physicians. 

American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 

is a national organization. There are fourteen na- 
tional task forces concerned with areas such as In- 
ternational Health, Minority Affairs, Aging, and 
Adolescent Health. At Cornell, AMSA enables stu- 
dents to investigate areas of medicine not included 
in the curriculum through meetings and projects 
which have a direct impact on the community. 

Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA), the national honor 
medical society, established a chapter at the Medical 
College in 1910. Membership is based upon out- 
standing scholastic achievement in the Medical Col- 
lege curriculum. The chapter sponsors a visiting 
professorship and an annual lecture. 

Members elected from the graduating class of 1992 
were: Jennifer B. Baum, Ronald Cohen, Bradley S. 
Foster, Craig D. Frances, Abraham A. Glazer, Orion 
M. Howard, David S. Levine, William H. Maisel, 
Tobe L. Mellman, Eileen E. Metzger, John F. 
Moroney, Grace Pak, Douglas M. Petraco, Scott W. 
Rodi, Gail C. Savarese, Jennifer F. Schreiber, H. 
Blair Simpson and Lisa B. Szubin. 

In addition, the following were elected junior mem- 
bers in A.O.A. based on their outstanding perfor- 
mance during their first two years in the Medical 
College: Walter Jean, Leora Mogilner, G. Edward 
Vates and Kaye Zuckerman. 

Medical Student Executive Council (MSEC) is the 

equivalent of student government at the Medical 
College. Composed of four elected representatives 
and the president of each class, MSEC acts as a liai- 
son between administration and students to coordi- 
nate student activities and form student opinion. 
MSEC appoints student members to Faculty Coun- 
cils and provides funding for a large number of stu- 
dent activities. 

Office of Community Service The Office of Com- 
munity Service was established with the help of a 
Department of Education grant. A coordinator as- 
sists individual students and their organizations in 
identifying community service opportunities in New 
York City. Students are involved during the year 
and in the free summer after first year in a wide 
range of activities including teaching about health, 
nutrition and substance abuse at all levels, first aid 
to the homeless, support for the elderly and for 
AIDS patients. 



Office of Women in Medicine (OWIM) The Of- 
fice of Women in Medicine is an organization com- 
posed of women physicians, faculty members, 
house staff, and students associated with Cornell 
University Medical College and its affiliated institu- 
tions. OWIM works closely with the Cornell branch 
of the American Medical Women's Association. 
OWIM sponsors and co-sponsors a variety of events 
each year, including movies, speakers, and work- 
shops dealing with women and health care. 

Phi Delta Epsilon A revitalized Alpha Chapter of 
this national fraternity, founded at Cornell early in 
this century, was organized in 1985. Phi Delta is ac- 
tive in community service, and serves as a clearing 
house for international projects. 




//'// Pruett, '93, visits a resident of the Lenox Hill 
Neighborhood Association on 70th Street, as part of 
the Summer Gerontology Program 



Students for Equal Opportunity in Medicine 
(SEOM) Students for Equal Opportunity in Medi- 
cine is an organization of minority students at 
Cornell University Medical College. The organiza- 
tion currently includes nationally recognized chap- 
ters of the Student National Medical Association 
(SNMA), the Boricua Health Organization (BHO), 
and the National Chicano Health Organization. The 
goals of the organization are: to increase the recruit- 
ment and retention of Blacks, Latinos, and other 
underrepresented groups at the Medical College; to 
provide a forum in which issues relating to the 
aforementioned groups may be aired; and to plan 
and implement outreach programs in the neighbor- 
ing Black and Latino communities, such as health 
screenings and high school projects. 



Register Of Students 



Fourth-Year Class 

Geetanjali A. Akerkar, B.S 1988. Cornell University 
Kaveh Alizadeh, B.S. 1988, Cornell University; M.S. 1989, 

Columbia University 
Brian A. Aslami. B.S. 1989. Duke University 
Margaret E. Asomaning, B.A. 1987. Harvard University; 

M.S. 1988. University of London 
Amy Baernstein, B.A. 1989. Cornell University 
Elizabeth A. Bancroft, B.A. 1989. Williams College 
Deepak Bhatt. B.S. 1989, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

Miriam G. Bloom. B.S. 1989. Yeshiva University 
Matthew L Brengman, B.S. 1989. University of Southern 
California 

Stanford R. Broder, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 

Robert K. Cato. B.S. 1989. University of Pittsburgh 

Jane A. Cecil, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 

David L. Cherry, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 

Adam S. Cifu, B.S. 1989, Haverford College 

Jennifer G. Clarke, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 

Cheryl C. Colbert. B.A. 1987, City University of New York/ 

Hunter College 
Peter D. Cole, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
David W. Crumpacker. B.A. 1989, Baylor University 
Maria C. Davila, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Seth R. Divack, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Jacqueline E. Ehrlich, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Cynthia A. Elfman, B.A. 1987. Cornell University 
Kaytura L. Felix, B.S. 1989, University of South Florida 
Regina M. Fernandez-Llanio, B.S. 1988, Cornell University- 
Andrew D. Firlik. B.S. 1990, Cornell University- 
Michael Frand, B.A. 1989, Washington University- 
Lisa S. Gamell. B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Samuel S. Glazer, B.S. 1989, Wesleyan University 
Allyson Ann Gonzalez, B.A. 1984, Harvard University 
Adda Grimberg. B.S. 1989, Cornell University 




Francis X. Basile, student speaker for the Class of 
1992, delivering bis speech at Commencement Exer- 
cises 



Leon B. Henderson, B.A. 1982. Northwestern University 
Benjamin N. Hendin, B.A. 1988, University of California/ 
Berkeley 

Lori A. Henry, B.A. 1989. Dartmouth College 

Calvin C. Higgins, B.S. 1988, City University of New York/ 

Queens College 
Steven L. Hubert, B.A. 1989, University of Pennsylvania 
Walter C. Jean, B.A. 1989. Princeton University 
Jeffrey E. Johnson. B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Michael P. Johnson, B.A. 1988. Cornell University- 
Joshua A. Katz. B.A. 1989, Yale University 
Jeffrey I. Kauffman. B.A. 1989. Dartmouth College 
Bonnie P. Keeler, B.S. 1975, University of Delaware 
Kenneth Keller, B.S. 1983, Boston College 
Byungki Kim, B.A. 1989. University of Chicago 
Kazunari Kuno. B.A. 1985, Wesleyan University 
Elizabeth Lazarus, B.A. 1989, Princeton University 
Seth S. Leopold, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Gail B. Lese, B.S. 1989, Lehigh University 
Toby S. Lewis, B.A. 1988. Harvard University 
Najjia N. Mahmoud. B.S. 1989, University of Wisconsin 
Paul D. Mahoney, B.A. 1988, Holy Cross College 
Lisa J. McCurry, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Matthew O. McKeever, B.A. 1988, University of Virginia 
Leora N. Mogilner. B.A. 1989. Columbia University 
Robert M. Moskowitz, B.A. 1988, Yale University 
Harrison T. Mu, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Kevork Niksarli. B.S. 1989, Columbia L'niversiry 
Manan J. Patel, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Prakash R. Patel, B.S. 1989, University of Michigan 
Jill E. Pruett. B.A. 1982, University of California/Berkeley 
James R. Ramos, B.A. 1988, Columbia University 
Atieno A. Reggy, B.A. 1989, Wellesley College 
David B. Rosenberg, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Richard E. Rothman, B.A. 1983. Amherst College; Ph.D. 

1989, University of California San Francisco 
Daniel A. Rowen, B.S. 1988, Stanford LIniversity 
Joshua H. Rubin, B.S. 1988, Hobart College 
Alicia J. Salzer, B.A. 1988. University of Pennsylvania 
Voravut Sarabanchong, B.S. 1989, Brown University 
Karen E. Schneider, B.A. 1989. Harvard University 
Julie Scotch-Johnson. B.A. 1986, Boston University 
Robert Hugh Shapiro, B.S.A. 1988. Stanford University; 

M.S. 1988, Stanford University 
Joseph Y. Shim, B.S. 1989, Yale University; M.S. 1989. Yale 

University 

Amy L. Sonnenblick, B.A. 1989, Northwestern L : niversity 
Kim L. Spencer. B.A. 1986, Amherst College 
Lisa D. Stevens, B.A. 1989, Brown University 
Stephen M. Szabo, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Mia Talmor, B.S. 1989, University of Michigan 
Vincent P. Tamariz, B.A. 1987, Cornell University- 
Tien Trinh, B.S. 1984, University of California/Davis 
Wendy L. Turchin. B.A. 1989, Yale University- 
William L. Van der Reis, B.A. 1989, University of Califor- 
nia/Berkeley 



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lb-Anne Vergilio, H A. 1988. Cornell University 
Lauren Wainger, B.A. 1969, Princeton University 
Anne Weilepp, B.S. 1988, Stanford University 
Mark A. Weiner. H.s. 1988, University of Michigan/ Ann Ar- 
bor 

Terri A, W illiams, B.A. 1988, W illiams College 
Mark P. Zoland, B.A. 1989. Columbia University 
Kaye Zuckerman, B.S. 1989, Yale University 



Third-Year Class 

Andrea L. Allocco, B.A. 1990, Colgate University 
John F. Ansley. B.A. 1989. Brown I Iniversity 
David Battleman, B.A. 1988, John Hopkins University 
Murray I) Becker, B.A. 1985, I iniversity of Chicago 
Meenakshi Bhandari. B.S. 1990. Harvard University 
Matthew M. Botvinick, B.A. 1989. Stanford University 
Cameron W'. Brennan. B.S. 1988. Brown University 
Montgomery C. Brower. B.A. 1981. Dartmouth College 
Michael I.. Buenafe, B.A. 1990, Cornell University 
Anita Chow, B.A. 1990, Cornell University 
Harold Chow, B.S. 1990. Yale University 
Curtis L. Cole, B.A. 1986, Bowdoin College 
Tarquin K. Collis. B.A. 1990. Cornell University 
Ronald L Cowan, B.S. 1984, Christian Brothers College; 

Ph.D. 1990, University of Tennessee, Center lor Health 

Sciences 

Theresa E. Dailey. B.A. 1983, Reed College 
Marcus M. Deck, B.S. 1988, Hobart College 
Ruth E. T. Deitz, B.A. 1984, Earlham College 
Henri-Robert Delbeau, B.A. 1984, University of Texas Aus- 
tin; M M. 1986, University of Northern Texas 
Helen K. Delichatsios. B.S. 1990, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 

Anthony R. DeLillo. B.S. 1990. Manhattan College 
Anthony J. Drobnick. B.A. 1990. Georgetown LIniversitv 
Patricia A. Farber. B.A. 1989, Brandeis University 
Surena Fazeli-Matin. B.S. 1990. Old Dominion University 
Leslie J. Feld. B.A. 1989, Columbia University 
Edmund Fisher, B.A. 1989, University of California Berke- 
ley 

Michelle A. Floris, B.A. 1990, New York University 
Robert A. Forster, B.S. 1990, Cornell University- 
Judith L. Freilicher, B.A. 1989. Princeton University 
Michael C. Fulton, B.A. 1990, Northwestern University 
Yvonne M. Funcke, B.S. 1989, San Diego State University 
Mary G. Fusco. B.A. 1982, Dartmouth College; M.A. 1984, 

City University of New York/Queens College 
Ralph M. Gibson, B.A. 1978, Harvard University; M.B.A. 
1982, University of Chicago, Graduate School of Busi- 
ness 

David L. Glaser, B.S. 1990, University of Michigan 
Candice J. Gomez, B.S. 1990, State University of New 

York/Stony Brook 
Barak J. Greenfield, B.A. 1990, City University of New 

York Queens College 
Chisa Hidaka, B.A. 1986. Barnard College 
David Horn, B.A. 1990, Cornell University 
Teresa J. Humaran, B.A. 1989, Columbia University 
Christopher D. Huston, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Naomi L. Hyman, B.S. 1989. Cornell University 
lima lordanescu, B.A. 1989, City University of New York/ 

Hunter College 
Robert S. Jack, B.A. 1989, State University of New York/ 

Purchase 

Parissa Jannati, B.S. 1989. Duke University 



Mane 11. Jhin. B.A. 1988. Wellesley College 

Erik K. Johnson, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 

Lloyd H. Ketchum. B.S. 1989, Cornell University 

Eric S. Korenman. B.A. 1989. Dartmouth College 

Jeffrey Krane, B.S./ M.S. 1984, Yale University. Ph.D. 1992, 

The Rockefeller University 
Kimberly A. Krohn, B.A. 1986, Concordia College/ 

Moorhead 

Anna A. Kuang, B.S. 1990, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

Cynthia R. Labella, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Greg W'. Lampe, B.A. 1990. I niv ersity of California San 
Diego 

Karen E. Lasser, B.A. 1990, Harvard LIniversity 
Jin-Moo Lee, B.A. 1985, Yale University, Ph.D. 1991, 

Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences 
Aaron Levin, B.S. 1989. Yale LIniversity 
Lawrence F Levin, B.A 1989, Harvard University 
Diana L. Logan, B.A. 1990. Johns Hopkins LIniversity 
Frank P. Lombardo, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Harry Marshak, B.A. 1989, University of Southern Califor- 
nia 

Diana M. Martinez, B.A. 1987, St. John's College 
Carlton R. Moore, B.S. 1985, M.S. 1987, New Jersey Insti- 
tute of Technology 
Philip A. Morales, B.S. 1989, Uviversity of Texas/Austin 
Jeanne K. Morley, B.H. 1978, Minneapolis College of Art 
Ruta Nonacs, B.A. 1985, University of Chicago, Ph.D. 1992. 

The Rockefeller University 
Mary Burrous O'Malley. B.A. 198S, Oberlin College, Ph D 

1992, The Rockefeller University 
Ifeoma Okoronkwo, B.A. 1987, Yale University 
John G. Olyarchuk, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Gregory Palega, B.A. 1990. Columbia University 
Henry S. Park, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Demetria Pennington, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Lance E. Peters, B.S. 1989. Cornell University 
Tammira D. Price, B.S. 1990, University of Washington. 

A.A.S. 1987, Pierce College 
Sarah B. Rahman, B.A. 1990, Barnard College 
Jose Ramirez, B.A. 1990, Columbia L'niversity 
Michael J. Rinaldi, B.S. 1990, Trinity College 
Amanda Rodriguez, B.S. 1990. Georgetown University 
Tammy Rosado, B.A. 1988, Mount Holyoke College 
Anita F. Sadaty. B.A. 1988, Swarthmore College 
Meena S. Savur, B.S. 1989, State University of New York/ 
Stony Brook 

Plana Schapiro. B.A. 1989; City University of New York/ 

Queens College 
Jeffrey G. Schwartz, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Rebecca R. Seigel, B.A. 1990, Barnard College 
John Seykora, B.A./M.S. 1986, University of Chicago, Ph.D. 

1992, The Rockefeller University- 
Helen T. Shin. B.S. 1990, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

Carolyn R. Steinberg, B.A. 1986. Brown University, Ph.D. 

1992, The Rockefeller University- 
Eric F. Stiles, B.H. 1989, Stanford University, M.A. 1990. 

Stanford University 
Jason M. Strong. B.A. 1990. Harvard LIniversity 
Li-Ming Su, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Jeffrey W. Szem, B.A. 1990, Vanderbilt University 
JogiRaju V. Tantravahi, B.A. 1984, Columbia LIniversity, 
Ph.D. 1992, Cornell University Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences 
Scott J. Tarantino, B.A. 1990, Johns Hopkins University 
Jeffrey J Thramann, B.S. 1986, United States Military Acad- 
emy/West Point 



86 Register of Students 



Fernando Torres, B.A. 1990, Cornell University 
Manolis T. Tsatsas, B.A. 1990, Brown University 
Lena Verkhovsky. B.A. 1990, City University of New 

York/Hunter College 
Anne Vosatka, B.S./M.S. 1986, Vale. Ph.D. 1991. The 

Rockefeller University 
Sandeep Wadhwa, B.A. 5 89, Wesleyan University 
Sandra F Williams, B.A. 1978, Cornell University; D.M.D. 

1982, University of Pennsylvania 
Franklin J. Wong, B.A. 1989. Columbia University 
Hana Yaari, B.S. 1987, University of Southern California 
Tony Yen, B.S. 1990, Northwestern University 
Peter Younghlood. B.S. 1986, New York University 
John A. Zehala, B.S. 1986, University Of Southern Califor- 
nia. Ph.D. 1991. Cornell University Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences 

Second- Year Class 

Douglas G. Adler, B.S. 1991. State University of New 

York/ Binghamu in 
Delroy P. Anglin. B.A. 1991, City University of New York/ 

City College 
Piers C. Barker. B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Dean A. Basulto, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Brigitte M Baumann, B.A. 1991. Harvard University 
Shelli M Bodnar, B.S. 1991. Cornell University 
Ron Bose, B.A., B.S. 1991. University of Rhode Island 
Stephen E. Bryant, B.A. 1991. Cornell University 
Due T. Bui. B S E. 1991. Duke University 
Kristin S. Carano, B.A. 1991. Oberlin College 
Janice A. Cato, B.S. 1991, State University of New York/ 

Stony Brook 
Theresa Y. Chan, B.A. 1991, Smith College 
David Y. T. Chen, B.S. 1991, Cornell University 
Shaun Cho, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Philip L. De Jager. B.S. 1991. Yale University- 
Dawn L. De Meo, B.S. 1990, Yale University 
Jordan J. Ditchek. B.S. 1991, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 

Julianne M. Dunne, A.B. 1986, Duke University, MA. 1990 

Teachers College, Columbia University 
Mark B. Faries, B.A. 1991, Haverford College 
Karen L. Farrington, B.A. 1991, University of Pennsylvania 
Alfred L. Fisher, B.S. 1991, Loyola Marymount University 
James D. Foster, A.B. 1989, B.S., M.S. 1991, Stanford Uni- 
versity 

Eva M. Fredricsson, B.A. 1991, University of California, 
Santa Barbara 

Nicholas D. Garcia, B.A. 1991, University of California/ 

Santa Barbara 
Ari A. Gershon, B.A. 1990, Harvard University 
Daniel F. Goldsmith, B.A. 1989. Cornell University 
Jennifer L. Gonell, B.A. 1991, University of Pennsylvania 
Jose A. Gonzalez, B.S. 1989, Fordham University 
Louise C. Greenspan, B.A. 1991, University of California/ 

Berkeley 

Gemma G. Guillermo, B.A. 1991, Cornell LJniversity 
Monali Gupta, B.A. 1991, University of Pennsylvania 
Toby F. Handler, B.S. 1991, Cornell University 
Kent V. Hasen, B.A., B.S. 1991, Indiana LIniversity 
Stacy M. Higgins, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Winifred L. Hobson, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Michael K. Hockstein. B.S. 1991, City University of New 
York/City College 



Margaret E. Holmes, B.A. 1980, Yale University. M B A. 

1984. Columbia University 
Melville H. Hughes, B.S. 1990, City University of New 

York/City College 
Michael E. Hurwitz, B.A. 1991, Harvard University 
Pearl Hyun, B.A. 1991, Columbia University 
Sandra J. lannotti, B.S.E. 1990, Duke University 
Cynthia D.Johnson. B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Joshua M. Kaplan. B.S. 1990, Yale University- 
Erin E. Kershaw, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
In K Kim. B.A. 1991. Cornell University 
Katherine W. Kingsley, B.A. 1990, Carleton College 
Jody S. Krantz. B.S. 1989, University of California Davis 
David I. Kutler, B.A. 1991, University of Pennsylvania 
John V. Ladetto. B.A. 1991, Yale University 
Pairote Laochumroonvorapong, B.S. 1991. Yale University 
Kristin Lee, B.A. 1987, Duke University 
Margaret M. Lee. B.A. 1989, Stanford University 
James L. Levine. B.A. 1991, Haverford College 
Jennifer M. Levine, B.A. 1991, Columbia University 
Paul E. Li. B.A. 1989, Reed College 

Rebecca A. Long, B.A. 1990, University of California Ber- 
keley 

Seth M. Manoach, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Sharon R. Margulies, B.A. 1990, University of Pennsylvania 
Julie A. Marin, B.S. 1991, Tufts University 
James M. McClane, B.S.E. 1991, Duke University 
Eric A. Meikle, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Denise L. Morales, B.S. 1987, Loma Linda University 
Jason J. Naidich, B.A. 1991, Haverford College 
David J. Najafi, B.S. 1985. M.E. 1987, Iowa State University 
Robert J. Nejat, B.A. 1991, New York University 
Lori S. Newman, B.A. 1991, Princeton University 
Julian Nieves, B.A. 1991, Andrews University 
Gregory J. Oleyourryk, B.S. 1991, Cornell University 
Aparna B. Oltikar, B.A. 1990, Harvard University 
Zvi M. Osterweil, B.A. 1990, Wesleyan University- 
Dorothy C. Pan, B.S. 1991, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

Diana M. Pancu, B.A. 1991. University of Pennsylvania 
Crawford Parker, B.A. 1991, Case Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

Ann H. Partridge, B.S. 1991, Georgetown University 
Vanessa M. Pinto, B.A. 1990, Wellesley College 
Anastassios G. Pittas, S.B. 1991, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 

Sheridan J. Saxton, B.S. 1991, City University of New 

York/City College 
Valerie C. Schadlow, B.S. 1989. Cornell University 
Marianne Sharko, B.A. 1990, Columbia University 
Regina Shmukler, B.A. 1991, City University of New York/ 

Hunter College 
David G. Soergel, B.A. 1989, Johns Hopkins University 
Matthew C. Spitzer, B.A. 1990, Yale University 
Elliot J. Suchin. B.A. 1991, Haverford College 
Michael S. Suzman, B.S. 1991, Tulane University 
Eric T. Tolo, B.A. 1991, Vanderbilt University- 
Catherine H. Van Poznak, B.S. 1980, University of Maine/ 

Orono 

Ann M. Ward, B.S.1988, University of Vermont 
Amy B. Wechsler, B.S. 1991, Duke University 
Jeffrey T. Weintraub, B.S. 1991, Cornell University 
Malik O. White, B.S. 1990, San Jose State University 
Thomas M. White, B.A. 1989, Oberlin College 
Xiangdong Yang, B.S., M.S. 1991, Yale University 
Yolanda Y. Yang, B.A. 1991, Pomona College 



Register of Students S" 7 



Daniel Yao, B.S. 1991, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor 
Craig H. Yeshion, B.A. 1991, University of Pennsylvania 
Eytan Young, B.A. 1990, Columbia University 
Wendy S. Ziecheck, B.S. 1991, City University of New 
York Hunter College 



First- Year Class 

Rhina A. Aeevedo, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Marcy A. Adlersberg, B.A. 1992, Columbia University 
Kavita Aggarwal, B.S. 1992, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 
Lauren J. Asnis, B.A. 1992, Brown University- 
Natalie E. Azar, B.A. 1992, Wellesley College 
David D. Bell. B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Lisa R. Berman. B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Rupal S. Bhatt. B.A. 1992, Harvard University 
Julie Y Bishop, B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Rebecca A. Bol. B.A. 1989. Princeton University 
Dahari D. Brooks, B.S. 1992. University of Rochester 
Lorraine Brown, B.S. 1986, Marymount Manhattan College 
Thomas H. Burrows. B.A. 1992. Lafayette College 
Henry I. Chen, B.S. 1992, Brown University 
Kerry C. Cho, B.A. 1992, Williams College 
Sarah S. Cho, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Michael Y. Choi, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Susie Chung, B.A. 1989, Barnard College 
Jonathan A. Coleman, B.A. 1989, Bard College 
Michelle E. Connolly, B.A. 1992, Wesleyan University 
Steven J. Coppola, B.S.E. 1992, Duke University 
Lisa A. Cosimi, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Aaron M. Cypess. B.A. 1992, Princeton University 
David J. Engel. B.A. 1992, Yale University 
slum m Y.. Frankel, B.A. 1985, City University of New York/ 

Hunter College 
Philip A. Goldberg, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Erica D. Goldberger, B.A. 1992, University of Pennsylvania 
Robert N. Goldstein. B.S. 1992, Yeshiva University 
Todd E. Gorman, B.A. 1992, Dartmouth College 
Anthony Granato, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Adena B. Greenberg, B.A 1989. University of Michigan/ 

Ann Arbor 

Karen J. Greer, B.A.S. 1992, Stanford University 
Ruchira Gupta, B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Jeffrey L. Halaas, B.S. 1990, Stanford University 
Catherine Y. Han, B.A. 1991, Harvard University 
Richard L. Haspel, B.S. 1992, Stanford University 
Laurel H. Heim, B.A. 1989, Carleton College 
Kirsten L. Hill, B.A. 1991, Yale University 
Kimberly K. Huang, B.A. 1992, University of California/ 
Berkeley 

Clifford R. Hume, B.A. 1983, Carleton College; Ph.D. 1989, 
Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences 
Noel L. Hunte, B.A. 1991, New York University 
Michael J. Hyman, B.A. 1990, University of California/Los 
Angeles 

Christina H. Hyun, B.S. 1992, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 
Lisa S. Ipp, B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Geoffrey L. Jones, B.A. 1992, University of Michigan/Ann 

Arbor 

Elliott M. Kanner. B.S., M.S. 1992, Yale University 
Rana Kaplan. B.A. 1992, Barnard College 
Beth D. Kaufman, B.A. 1992, University of Pennsylvania 
Jae B. Kim, B.A. 1991. Cornell University 



Peter K. Kim, B.A. 1991, Harvard University 
Paul V. Lacava, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Andrew W. Lee. B.S. 1992, Yale University 
Henry T. Liu, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Suzanne M. Loiselle, B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Vivian E. Mack, B.A. 1992, Wellesley College 
Stephen J. Marra. B.A. 1988, Georgetown University 
Lorraine S. Marshall. B.A. 1978. M.S.W. 1979. Catholic Uni- 
versity 

Matthew S. McKay, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Deborah J. Melendez. B.S. 198S. Rutgers, The State Univer- 
sity of New Jersey; M.P.H.1992. City University of New 
York/Hunter College- 
Susie Y. Minor, B.S. 1992, Florida A&M University 
Todd H. Mirzai, B.A. 1990. University of California/San 1 )i 
ego 

Nathan Monhian. Yeshiva I Diversity 

Suresh R. Mulukutla, B.A. 1993 (anticipated), Cornell Uni- 
versity 

Ravi Munver, B.A. 1991, Cornell University 
Youram Nassir, B.S. 1992, University of California/Los An- 
geles 

Jason R. Orlinick, B.A. 1990, Washington University 
Adam F. Paal, B.S. 1983. M.S. 1985. Stanford University 
Anjali A. Patwardhan, B.S. 1992, Cornell LJniversity 
Yael Ptachewich, B.A. 1992, Columbia University 
Kathryn J. Quinn, B.S.N. 1989, Pace University 
Michele L. Ramirez, B.A. 1992, Stanford University 
Jeffrey H. Richmond, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Hanna S. Rodriguez, B.S. 1992, Johns Hopkins University 
Adam B. Rosenbluth, B.S. 1990, Duke University 
Jia Kuan, B.A. 1992, Washington University 
Joyce L. Russo, B.A. 1990, New York University 
Robert D. Sadaty, B.A. 1990, Lehigh University 
Jason A. Sager, B.A. 1992, Johns Hopkins University 
Julie K. Schulman, B.A. 1991, Harvard University 
Robert E. Segal, B.S. 1992, McGill University 
Thomas Shields, B.A. 1981, University of Michigan/Ann Ar- 
bor 

Lawrence M. Specht, B.A. 1990, Dartmouth College 
Jennifer A. Steinherz. B.A. 1992, Barnard College 
Thomas R. Stephenson, B.S. 1991, Loyola Marymount LJni- 
versity 

Illya Szilak, B.A. 1989, University of Chicago 
Josephine A. Tang, B.S. 1992, University of California/Ber- 
keley 

Dolca A. Thomas, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 
Paul J. Tortolani, B.A. 1992, Princeton University 
Trong D. Tran, B.S., M.S. 1992, Yale University 
Tiffany A. Troso, A.B. 1991, Princeton University 
Annemarie L. Utz, B.A. 1992, University of North Carolina 

Chapel Hill 
Swati Varma, B.A 1992, Bryn Mawr College 
Daniel G. Videla, B.S.E. 1991, University of Michigan/Ann 

Arbor 

Kurt V. Voellmicke. B.S. 1992, Cornell University 
Caroline Volel, B.A. 1990, Columbia LJniversity 
Jason B.Wells, B.A. 1992, Harvard University 
Erik J. Wilk, B.A. 1990, Swarthmore College 
Elizabeth A. Wolff, B.S. 1992, College of William and Mary 
Zuyung Young, B.A. 1992, Rutgers, The State University of 
New Jersey 

Jordana R. Zanger, B.A. 1991, Barnard College 
Jay S. Zimmerman, B.A. 1992, Emory University 
William M. Zirkin, A.B. 1991. Princeton University 
Nathaniel Zoneraich, B.A. 1992, Cornell University 



Postgraduate Residency Appointments, 
Class of 1992 



Toni R. Abrams, Tr.inMlion.il: St Vincents Hospital, New 
York, NY/ Psychiatry; Beth Israel Hospit.il. Boston, 
MA 

Louis M. Aider. Orthopedii Surgery; Hospital ol the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 

And Anguiano, internal Medii ine; Green Hospital Scripps, 
La Jolla.CA 

Mary E. Badillo, Preliminary Medicine; Presbyterian Hospi- 
tal, New York, NY / Emergency Medicine; Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine. New York, NY 

Francis X. Basile, Primary Care Medicine; Rhode island 
1 1( ispital, Pr< >\ idem e, HI 

Jerry O. Batley, General Surgery; Graduate Hospital, Phila- 
delphia. PA 

Lisa R. Battat. Internal Medicine; Yale-New Haven Hospi- 
tal, New Haven, CT 

Jennifer B. Baum, Pediatrics; Presbyterian Hospital, New 
York, NY 

Karin E. Berger, Pediatrics; The Mount Sinai Hospital, New 
York, NY 

Scott B. Berger, Pathology; Presbyterian Hospital, New 
York, NY / Radiology; Yale-New Haven Hospital, New 
Haven. CT 

Brijit M Bertsche, Pediatrics; Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bal- 
timore, MD 

Randy P. Bouligny, Preliminary Medicine; Alton Oschner 

Foundation, New Orleans, LA / Ophthalmology; West 

Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 
Debra L. Braverman, Internal Medicine; National Naval 

Medical Center, Bethesda, MD 
Salvatore J. Cannizzo, Internal Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, NY 
Yoshie C. Changchien, Internal Medicine; Barnes Hospital, 

St. Louis, MO 

Sarah A. Clarke, Primary Care Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, NY' 
Ronald N. Cohen, Internal Medicine; Beth Israel Hospital, 

Boston, MA 

Donna E. Coletti, Obstetrics/Gynecology; North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, Manhasset, NY 

Debra A. De Isdith, Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hos- 
pital, New York, NY / Radiology; The New York Hos- 
pital, New York, NY 

Adam P. Dicker. Preliminary Surgery; Lenox Hill Hospital. 
New York, NY Radiation Oncology; Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY 

\lu hael M. S. Economos, ( )bstetrics/Gynecology; Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts Coordinated Programs, Worces- 
ter, MA 

Michael W. Fletcher, Preliminary Surgery; The New York 

Hospital, New York, NY 
Andrea V. Fore, Family Practice; Providence Hospital, 

Washington, DC 



Bradley S. Foster, Preliminary Medicine; Greenwich Hospi- 
tal, Greenwich, CT / Ophthalmology; Massachusetts 
Eye and Ear, Boston, MA 

Craig D. Frances. Internal Medicine; University of Califor- 
nia-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 

Erick S. French. Family Practice; Stanislaus Medical Center, 
Modesto, CA 

Walter E. Galicich, Neurosurgery; University of Minnesota. 
Minneapolis, MN 

Cesar O. Garcia, Orthopedic Surgery; University of South- 
ern California School of Medicine, CA 

Ashima Garg, Orthopedic Surgery; University of Minne- 
sota, Minneapolis, MN 

Jill P. Ginsberg, Pediatrics; Johns Hopkins Hospital. Balti- 
more, MD 

Abraham A. Glazer. Urology; Cleveland Clinic Foundation. 

Cleveland, OH 
Rachel S. Glick, Pathology; Presbyterian Hospital, New 

York, NY 

Evan R. Goldfischer, Urology; The University of Chicago 
Hospitals, Chicago. [L 

Brendan M. Greer. Preliminary Surgery; Temple University 
Hospital, Philadelphia, PA / Neurosurgery; Temple 
University, Philadelphia, PA 

Deborah Q. Hagler, Pediatrics; Children's Hospital. Phila- 
delphia, PA 

Michael M. Haile. Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hospi- 
tal, New York, NY / Anesthesiology; The New York 
Hospital, New York, NY 

Sandra M. Hall, Internal Medicine; The New York Hospi- 
tal, New York, NY 

Wendy A. Harris, Psychiatry; Yale-New Haven Hospital, 
New Haven, CT 

Frank S. Hodi, Jr., Internal Medicine; Hospital of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 

Orion M. Howard, Internal Medicine; Brigham & Women's 
Hospital, Boston, MA 

Nishat P. Hyderi, Preliminary Medicine; McGaw Medical 
Center-Northwestern University, Chicago, IL / Ophthal- 
mology; University of Illinois, Chicago, IL 

Suzanne M. Jan de Beur, Internal Medicine; Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, Baltimore, MD 

Anitha Jayakumar, Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hos- 
pital, New York, NY / Ophthalmology; Scheie Eye In- 
stitute /University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 

Michelle N. Johnson, Internal Medicine; Beth Israel Medi- 
cal Center, New York, NY 

Roderick K. King, Pediatrics; Children's National Medical 
Center, Washington, DC 

Todd S. Koppel, Urology; Tufts-New England Medical 
Center, Boston, MA 

Stephen M. Kutz, Internal Medicine; University of Colo- 
rado School of Medicine. Denv er, CO 



Postgraduate Residency Appointments 89 




Match Day, March 18, 1992 

Daniel Lang, General Surgery; University of California- 
Davis, East Bay, CA 

Daniel Laroche, Preliminary Medicine; Montefiore Medical 
Center, New York, NY / Ophthalmology; Howard Uni- 
versity, Washington. DC 

Marc H. Lawrence, General Surgery; New England Dea- 
coness Hospital, Boston, MA 

Thomas C. Lee, Preliminary Medicine; The New York Hos- 
pital, New York, NY / Ophthalmology; The New York 
Hospital, New York, NY 

David S. Levine, Preliminary Surgery; University of Califor- 
nia-San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA / Ortho- 
pedic Surgery; Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, 
NY 

Ann-Marie Lewis, Pediatrics; Strong Memorial Hospital, 
Rochester, NY 

Robert K, Luntz, Preliminary Surgery; Beth Israel Medical 

Center, New York, NY / Urology; Beth Israel Medical 

Center, New York, NY 
Karen J. Lytle, Obstetrics/Gynecology; Beth Israel Medical 

Center, New York, NY 
William H. Maisel, Internal Medicine; Brigham & Women's 

Hospital, Boston, MA 
Robert G. Maki, Internal Medicine; Brigham & Women's 

Hospital, Boston, MA 
Steven J. McClane, General Surgery; Hospital of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 
David F. McDermott, Internal Medicine; New England 

Medical Center, Boston, MA 
Nita M. Mehta, Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hospital, 

New York, NY / Ophthalmology; New York Medical 

College, Valhalla, NY 
Tobe L. Mellman, Preliminary Medicine; Winthrop-Univer 

sity Hospital, Mineola, NY / Ophthalmology; University 

of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 



Eileen E. Metzger, General Surgery; University of Washing- 
ton Affiliates, Seattle, WA 

Jeffrey E. Ming, Pediatrics; Children's Hospital-Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles. CA 

John F. Moroney. Internal Medicine; Hospital of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA 

Robert G. Morrison, Preliminary Medicine; New York Uni- 
versity Medical Center, New York, NY / Psychiatry, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. MD 

Joshua D. Nosanchuk, Internal Medicine; The New York 
Hospital, New York, NY 

Laurence T. O'Connor, Jr.. Preliminary Surgery; The New 
York Hospital, New York, NY / Urology; Cornell Co- 
operating Hospitals, New York, NY 

Grace H. W. Pak, Preliminary Medicine; Yale-New Haven 
Hospital, New Haven. CT 

Sarah Paul, Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hospital, 
New York, NY / Psychiatry; The New York Hospital. 
New York, NY 

Douglas M. Petraco, Orthopedic Surgery; Hospital for Joint 
Diseases, New York, NY 

David W. Pincus. Neurosurgery; Columbia University, New 
York, NY 

Joan B. Pincus, Psychiatry-; The New York Hospital, New 
York, NY 

Eric A. Pollack, Preliminary Medicine; Presbyterian Hospi- 
tal, New York, NY 

Arvind Prabhat. Preliminary Surgery; The Mount Sinai I 1<>n 
pital, New York, NY / Otolaryngology; The Mount 
Sinai Hospital, New York, NY 

Geoffrey C. Quinn, Internal Medicine; The New York Hos- 
pital. New Y'ork, NY 

Stephen P. Raps, Preliminary- Medicine; St. Vincent's Hos- 
pital, New York, NY / Neurology; Albert Einstein, New 
York, NY 



9() Postgraduate Residency Appointments 



James II Reichheld, Internal Medicine; Beth Israel Hospi- 
tal, Boston, MA 

Deborah J. Rhodes, Internal Medicine; Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital, Baltimore. MD 

Erik R. Rios, Preliminary Medicine; Lenox Hill Hospital 
New York, NY / Radiology; New York University 
Medical Center, New York, NY 

Camilia E. Rivera, Pediatrics; Children's Memorial Hospital, 
Chicago, IL 

Scott W. Rodi, Preliminary Surgery; Santa Barbara Cottage 
Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA / Orthopedic Surgery; Hos- 
pital for Special Surgery, New York, NY 

Alexander K. Rowe, Internal Medicine; Georgetown Uni- 
versity Hospital, Washington, DC 

James L. Rubenstein, Internal Medicine; Stanford Affiliated 
Hospitals, Stanford, CA 

Michael B Rubin, Preliminary Medicine; Medical College 
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA / Radiology; 
Montefiore Medical Center, New York, NY 

Eric D. Salk, Emergency Medicine; Harbor-UCLA Medical 
Center, Los Angeles, CA 

Gail C. Savarese, Preliminary Pediatrics; North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, Manhasset, NY / Anesthesiology; Uni- 
versity of Calitornia-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 

Nicholas D. Schiff, Preliminary Medicine; Rush-Presbyte- 
rian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL / Neurology; 
The New York Hospital, New York, NY 

Jennifer F. Schreiber, Transitional; Cambridge Hospital. 
Cambridge. MA Psychiatry; The New York Hospital, 
New York, NY 

Aryan Shavegani, Preliminary Medicine; California Pacific 
Medical Center, San Francisco, CA / Ophthalmology; 
Columbia University/Harkness, New York, NY 



Byron H. Simmons, Preliminary Surgery; North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital, Manhasset. NY / Neurosurgery; Uni- 
versity of Mary land, Baltimore, MD 

Helen B. Simpson. Psychiatry; Presbyterian Hospital. New 
York, NY 

Ian F. Sklaver, Pediatrics; New England Medical Center. 
Boston, MA 

Jeremy Sobel, Internal Medicine; The New York Hospital. 
New York, NY 

Freya Spielberg, Primary Care Medicine; University of 
Washington Affiliates, Seattle, WA 

Aaron Spitz, Urology; University of Southern California. 
Los Angeles, CA 

Perry M. Sutaria. Preliminary Surgery; St. Joseph Hospital- 
Denver, Denver, CO / Urology; Cornell Cooperating 
Hospitals, New York, NY 

Lisa B. Szubin, Preliminary Surgery; Lenox Hill Hospital, 
New York, NY / Otolaryngology; Manhattan Eye, Ear 
and Throat Hospital, New York, NY 

Thomas A. Ullman, Internal Medicine; The New York Hos- 
pital. New York, NY 

Laura I. Vaughan. Internal Medicine, Stanford Affiliated 
Hospitals, Stanford, CA 

Yaacov S. Weiss, Internal Medicine; Beth Israel Medical 
Center, New York, NY 

Donna Y. C. Westlake, Psychiatry; Portsmouth Naval Hos- 
pital, Portsmouth, VA 

Steven F. Will, Preliminary Surgery; The New York Hospi- 
tal, New York, NY 

Vivian W. Yeh, Obstetrics/Gynecology; Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital. Philadelphia, PA 

Lisa J. Youngling, Transitional; Framingham Union Hospi- 
tal/Boston University, Boston, MA / Psychiatry; Cam 
bridge Hospital, Cambridge, MA 



Administration 



Cornell University 

Frank H. T. Rhodes, President 

Maiden C. Nesheim, Provost 

Robert Michels, Provost for Medical Affairs and 

Dean of the Medical College 
James E. Morley Jr., Senior Vice President 
Joyce W. Cima, Acting Secretary of the Corporation 
Michael G. Kimberly, Acting University Counsel 
Henrik N. Dullea, Vice President for University 

Relations 

Joycelyn R. Hart, Associate Vice President for 

Human Relations 
M. Stuart Lynn, Vice President, Information 

Technologies 
Larry I. Palmer, Vice President for Academic 

Programs and Campus Affairs 
Richard M. Ramin, Vice President for Public Affairs 
Frederick A. Rogers, Vice President for Finance and 

Treasurer 

Norman R. Scott, Vice President for Research and 

Advanced Studies 
John R. Wiesenfeld, Vice President for Planning 

The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center 

The center was formed by an agreement between 
The Society of The New York Hospital and Cornell 
University in order to associate clinically the Hospi- 
tal and the Medical College and to effect a complete 
coordination of the medical, educational and scien- 
tific activities of the two institutions. The center in- 
cludes not only The New York Hospital, but also 
the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell 
University. 

Joint Board 

• Harvey E. Sampson, Chairman 



t Eleanor Elliott 

• Robert G. Engel 

t Frederick W. Gluck 
t Maurice R. Greenberg 

• Arthur J. Mahon 

• Robert Michels 

t Ogden M. Phipps 



t David B. Skinner 

• Patricia Carry Stew art 
t David W. Wallace 

• Sanford I. Weill 

t John L. Weinberg 

• Stephen H. Weiss 




• Cornell University representative 

t The New York Hospital representativ e 



Dean Robert Michels addresses incoming students at 
Opening Exercises 

Cornell University Medical 
College 

Frank H.T. Rhodes, President of the University 
Robert Michels, Provost for Medical Affairs and 

Dean of the Medical College 
Cynthia Greenleaf, Assistant Provost 
Donald A. Fischman, Dean, Graduate School of 

Medical Sciences and Senior Associate Dean 

(Research) 

Daniel R. Alonso, Senior Associate Dean (Academic 
Affairs) 

Philip V. Giuca, Senior Associate Dean (Finance) 
Bruce L. Ballard, Associate Dean (Student Affairs 

and Equal Opportunity Programs) 
Joanne Blauer, Associate Dean (Legal Affairs) and 

Secretary of the Medical College 
Thomas J. Fahey, Jr., Associate Dean (Memorial 

I lospital) 



92 Administration 



Gordon F. Fairclough, Jr., Associate Dean (Student 

Affairs and Admissions) 
Nancy L. Farrell. Associate Dean (Faculty Practice 

Plan) 

Patricia Flamm, Associate Dean (Human Resources) 
Fletcher H. McDowell, Associate Dean (The 

Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabilitation 

Hospital) 

Lawrence Scherr, Associate Dean (North Shore Uni- 
versity Hospital ) 

Karl Schmid, Associate Dean (Operations) 

Gregory W. Siskind, Associate Dean (Research and 
Sponsored Programs) 

David D. Thompson, Coordinator of Clinical 
Education 

Idaehla Antosik, Assistant Dean (Academic Affairs) 
and Registrar 

Dianne M. Armstrong, Assistant Dean 
( Development ) 

Anne L. Berg, Assistant Dean (Admissions) 

Robert M. Braude, Assistant Dean (Information 
Resources) and Librarian 

Joan M. May, Assistant Dean (Financial Aid) 

Marcus M. Reidenberg, Assistant Dean (Departmen- 
tal Associates) 

Stephen S. Scheidt, Assistant Dean (Continuing 
Education) 

Steven M. Erde, Director, Office of Academic 
Computing 

David D. Myers, Director of Laboratory and Animal 
Medicine 

Ruth Pollack, Director, Office of Faculty Affairs 
Suzanne S. Stensaas, Director, Education Center 

Robert A. Burch, Vice Provost (Development and 

Public Affairs) 
Diana Goldin, Director of Public Affairs, The New 

York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center 
Ann M. Miller, Director of Development, The New 

York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center 

Board of Overseers 

Arthur J. Mahon, Esq., Chairman 
Robert G. Engel, Vice Chairman 
Lilyan Affinito 
Brooke Astor, Life Overseer 
Mario L. Baeza, Esq. 
Robert A. Belfer 
Montgomery Brower 
J. Michael Cook 

Daniel P. Davison, Life Overseer 

Anne E. Dyson 

Sanford Ehrenkranz, Esq. 

Raymond R. Herrmann, Jr., Life Overseer 

Thomas W. Jones 

Frances L. Loeb, Life Overseer 

Ronald P. Lynch 

I lamish Maxwell 

Robert Michels* 

I toward P. Milstein 



Ralph A. Nappi, Esq. 

Jansen Noyes, Jr., Life Overseer 

Margaret Osmer-McQuade 

Frank H. T. Rhodes* 

[sadore Rosenfeld 

Harvey Samps< >n 

Richard R. Shinn. Life Overseer 

James P. Smith 

Saul P. Steinberg 

Charles T. Stewart. Esq. Life Overseer 
Patricia Cany Stewart 
Richard F. Tucker, Life Overseer 
Ruth C. Uris 

E. Darracott Vaughan, Jr. 
Sanford I. Weill 
Stephen H. Weiss* 

Frederick D. \\ ilkinson, Jr.. Life Overseer 
'Ex Officio 

Executive Faculty Council 

Frank H. T. Rhodes 
Robert Michels 
Daniel R. Alonso 
Bruce L. Ballard 
Kenneth I. Berns 
Joanne Blauer 
Esther M. Breslow 
Paula W. Brill 
Leon Cohen 
I). Jackson Coleman 
Michael D.F. Deck 
John T. Ellis 
Thomas J. Fahey. Jr. 
Gordon F. Fairclough, Jr. 
Nancy L. Farrell 
Donald A. Fischman 
Patricia Flamm 
William A. Frosch 
Philip V. Giuca 
Lorraine J. Gudas 
David P. Hajjar 
Bernard L. Horecker 
William J. Ledger 
Fletcher H. McDowell 
Robert B. Millman 
Ralph L. Nachman 
Maria I. New 
Fred Plum 
John J. Savarese 
Lawrence Scherr 
W. Shain Schley 
Karl Schmid 
Erich E. Windhager 
Roger W. Yurt 

General Faculty Council 

David P. Hajjar, Chairman 
Paula W. Brill, Vice Chairman 
Barbara M. Rayson, Secretary 



Standing Committees 93 



David M. Bader 

Francis Barany 

Philip S. Barie 

Roberta Brockman 

Arthur E. Brown 

Frank A. Chervenak 

Kathryn H. Fillers (Senior Councillor) 

Domenick J, Falcone 

Mitchell L. Gaynor 

Lorraine J. Gudas 




Bronze plaque in honor of the first Dean of the 
Medical College, William M. Polk 



Barry J. Hartman (Senior Councillor) 

William Hauptman 

Murk-Hein Heineman 

Teresa T. Kudlak 

Joseph Levy 

John C. Mahler 

Robert Michels* 

Anne Moore 

Samuel Packer 

Frank IF T. Rhodes* 

Arleen B. Rifkind 

Enrique J. Rodriguez-Boulan 

Michael Rubin 

Hirsch S. Ruchlin 

John J. Savarese 

George E. Wantz, Jr. 

Daniel Wellner 

Rosemary E. Zuna 

*Ex Officio 

Standing Committees 

Admissions: recommends Medical College admis- 
sions policy to the faculty and dean; recruits and se- 
lects new students. 

Members: Gordon F. Fairclough, Jr., chairman, 
Bruce L. Ballard, Adele L. Boskey, Paula W. Brill, 
Maura C. Cooper, Lewis M. Drusin, Domenick J. 
Falcone, Arthur W. Feinberg, Allan Gibofsky, Bruce 
R. Gordon, David R. Gruen, Margaret E. Hertzig, 
Jacqueline E. Jones, Marilyn G. Karmason, Alfred N. 
Krauss, Marcus H-H. Loo, Carlyle H. Miller, Carl 
Nathan, Michiko Okamoto, Lawrence G. Palmer, 
Leslie Saint Louis, Diana L. Santini, Lisa Staiano- 
Coico, Carol L. Storey-Johnson, Theodore I. Tyberg, 
Alan M. Weinstein, Giles F. Whalen, Patricia FF 
Winchester. Student representatives: Geetanjali A. 
Akerkar, Elizabeth A. Bancroft, Jane A. Cecil, Adam 
S. Cifu, Leon B. Henderson, Robert M. Moskowitz. 

AIDS: reviews and recommends policies concerning 
medical student, faculty and staff activities affected 
by AIDS, and monitors the impact of changes in 
policies, therapies and preventive measures. 

Members: Richard B. Roberts, chairman; Donald 
Armstrong, John M. Davis, Lewis M. Drusin, Bruce 

F. Farber, Laura L. Fisher, Thomas A. Godwin, 
Samuel T. Merrick, H. Jonathan Polan, Paula 
Traktman. Ex officio: Bruce L. Ballard, Gordon F. 
Fairclough, Jr., David D. Thompson. Student repre- 
sentatives: Thomas H. Burrows, Cheryl C. Colbert, 
Karen E. Lasser, Seth M. Manoach. 

Continuing Medical Education: reviews all edu- 
cational activities seeking CME credit from the 
Medical College. 

Members: Stephen S. Scheidt, chairman; David V. 
Becker, John M. Davis, Herbert L. Erlanger, Aaron 
H. Esman, Ralph [. Lopez, Paul F. Miscovitz, Hart de 
C. Peterson, George G. Reader, Jack Richard, Diane 

G. Thomson, Lila A. Wallis; Associate Member, 
Morris L. Jampol. 



94 Standing Committees 



Curriculum: responsible for the curriculum of the 
Medical College: its content, method of teaching 
and periodic evaluation and revision. 

Members: Daniel R. Alonso, chairman; Kenneth I 
Berns, Esther Breslow, Walter W. Y. Chan, John M. 
Davis, John T. Ellis, Donald A. Fischman, William 

A. Frosch, Steven Goldman, Murk-Hein Heinemann, 
Jacqueline E.Jones, Robert E. Kelly, Alan A. 
Kessler, Rudolph L. Leibel, Robert Millman, Richard 

B. Roberts, Patricia H. Winchester, Erich E. 
Windhager. Student representatives: Marcy A. 
Aldersberg, Patricia A. Farber, Margaret E. Holmes, 
Leora N. Mogilner. 

Financial Aid Committee: advises the Dean on fi- 
nancial aid policy; oversees the aw arding of Cornell 
grants and loans and develops new approaches to 
financing. 

Members: Joan M. May, chairman; Daniel R 
Alonso, Dianne M. Armstrong, Stuart S. Asch, Bruce 
L. Ballard, John J. Caronna, Maureen Connelly, 
Charles N. Cornell. Lewis M. Drusin, Gordon F. 
Fairclough, Jr., John J. Ferry, Jr., Philip V. Giuca, 
Margaret E. Holmes, Donald W. Hoskins, Calvin W. 
Roberts, Alan Van Poznak, Milton Viederman. 

Human Rights in Research: reviews and grants 
prior approval for experimentation involving human 
subjects to ensure that all scientific and clinical in- 
vestigations are of the highest ethical and scientific 
merit. 

Members: Phyllis August, chairman; Philip S. Bade, 
David A. Behrman, Barbara L. Binkert, Thomas J. J. 
Blank, David B. Case, Owen K. Davis, Marianne 
Delon, Richard E. Fichtl, John E. Franklin, Jr., Rev. 
Curtis Hart. Alfred N. Krauss, Jerome M. Leitner, 
Aaron R. Levin, Mary Anne Loftus, Cynthia R. 
Pfeffer, Kathleen E. Squires, Jonathan D. Victor, Pe- 
ter G. Wilson, James W. Young. 

Information Technology Taskforce: serves in an 
advisory capacity to the Dean of Cornell University 
Medical College and President of The New York 
Hospital, to integrate data systems, develop infor- 
mation technology goals and objectives for the long 
term, to review and recommend policy, and assess 
the impact of proposed technologies on the total 
system. 

Members: William W. Frayer, chairman; Daniel R. 
Alonso, Robert M. Braude, Nicholas Casabona, Paul 
L. Epstein, Steven M. Erde, Daniel Gardner, Philip 
V. Giuca, Peter M. Guida, Eric A. Jaffe, Fred Macri, 
Kathryn Martin, Howard D. Samborn, S. Gardner 
Wright, George A. Vecchione. 

Institutional Animal Care and Use: oversees all 
animal care facilities and reviews and grants prior 
approval to all research protocols involving the use 
of animals. 

Members: Lyle L. Moldawer, chairman; Hai T. 
Nguyen, co-chairman; Strachan Donnelley, Daniel 
G. Gomez, Cleon W. Goodwin, Jr., Eric Jaffe, Paul 



Langner, Anita Piccolie, David Ruggiero, Henry J. 
Sackin, Jonathan Weil. 

Library: provides advice on polity, acquisitions 
and long-range planning of the library. 

Members: F. Darracott Vaughan, Jr., chairman; 
Jeanne Becker. Robert M. Braude, Anthony M.C. 
Brown, William W. Frayer, Katherine A. Hajjar, 
Patricia Mackey, Sally Ann Pelaia, Barbara M. 
Rayson, Marcus M. Reidenberg, Betty Smith, 
Suzanne S. Stensaas, Dieter H. Sussdorf. Student 
Representatives: Todd E. Gorman, Mary Hoffman. 
David I. Kutler, Frank P. Lombardo, Lisa J. McCurry. 

MD-PhD Advisory Committee: recommends 
policy and oversees administration of the Tri-Institu- 
tional (Cornell, Rockefeller, Sloan-Kettering) MD- 
PhD Program. 

Members: Ralph Steinman, chairman; Daniel R. 
Alonso, Olaf S. Andersen. Jerard Hurwitz, Carl 
Nathan, Michel Nussenzweig, Jeffrey A. Ravetch. 
Marjorie Russel, Dieter H. Sussdorf. Student mem- 
bers: Ronald Buckanovich, Hearn Cho, Chris Min. 

MD with Honors in Research: advises candidates, 
reviews dissertations and hears oral presentations 
for the M.D. with Honors in Research degree. 

Members: Eric A. Jaffe, chairman; Francis Barany. 
Charles L. Christian, Daniel Gardner, Marvin C. 
Gershengorn, James G. Gibbs, Jr., Bernice Grafstein, 
David P. Hajjar, Roberto Levi, Stephen F. Lowry, 
Donald J. Reis, Enrique J. Rodriguez-Boulan, Perrin 
C. White. 

Postgraduate Education Advisory: advises fourth 
year students on residency programs. 

Members: Daniel R. Alonso, chairman; Harvey W. 
Aiges, Steven A. Atlas, Phillip S. Barie, Jon D. 
Blumenfeld, Annette L. Bond, Harry L. Bush, Jr., 
Robert G. Campbell, Frank A. Chervenak, Arnold M. 
Cooper, David J. Cooper, Charles N. Cornell, Will- 
iam T. Curry, Owen K. Davis, Jessica G. Davis, John 
M. Davis, Jerome J. DeCosse, Richard B. Devereux, 
Lewis M. Drusin, Edwin Ettinger, Richard M. Fuchs, 
Francis W. Gamache, Jr., Martin Gardy, Joseph M. 
Gertner, Margaret J. Graf, William R. Griffo, James 

A. Grifo, Catherine C. Hart, Lloyd A. Hoffman, O. 
Wayne Isom, Ira M. Jacobson, Warren D. Johnson, 
Lawrence J. Kagen, Robert P. Kimberly, Gregory S. 
LaTrenta, Stephen F. Lowry, Richard R. McCormack, 
Jr., Carlyle H. Miller, Kevin P. Morrissey, John E. 
O'Loughlin, Mark S. Pecker, Paul M. Pellicci, Peter 
M. Reiser, Joseph T. Ruggiero, Michael H. Sacks, 
Charles A. Santos-Buch, Melissa P. Schori, Theodore 
Shapiro, Michael F. Silane, Roy L. Silverstein, Robert 

B. Snow, Rosemary Soave, R. Ernest Sosa, Phyllis 
W. Speiser, E. Thomas Steadman, Richard Stern, 
William T. Stubenbord, Virginia L. Susman, Kenneth 
Tardiff, E. Darracott Vaughan, Jr., Milton Viederman, 
George E. Wantz, Aaron O. Wells, Giles F. Whalen, 
Thomas L. Wickiewicz. 



Standing Committees 95 



Consultants: Bruce L Ballard, Alan S. Berkeley, 
Robert L Braham, Stanley Chang, William S. Coo- 
per, Robert M. Ellsworth, Arthur W. Feinberg, 
Ronald F. Green, George W. Hambrick, Jr., David B. 
Hayt, Claudia I. Henschke, Rudolph 1.. Leibel, 
George G. Reader. John J. Savarese, W. Shain 
Schley, Stephen J. Thomas, Robert F. W aal, Patricia 
H. Winchester. 

Review: reviews and recommends for approval all 
faculty appointments, promotions and granting of 
tenure. 

Members: Ralph L. Nachman. chairman, Jerome J. 
DeCosse, vice chairman; Paula W. Brill, Dana C. 
Brooks, John D. Broome, Kathryn H. Ehlers, 



Bernice Grafstein, Lorraine J. Gudas. Jimmie C. B. 
Holland, C. Richard Minick, John J. Savarese, Gerard 
I'. Smith. E. Darracott Vaughan. Jr., John C. 
Whitsell, II. 

Student Research: advises students concerning re- 
search projects and judges annual student research 
competition. 

Members: C. Richard Minick, chairman; Richard B. 
Devereux, Rudy H. Haschemeyer, William K. 
Holloman, Lawrence J. Kagen, Roberto Levi, 
Stephen F. Lowiy, P. Anne McBride. Carl F. Nathan, 
Hugh D. Robertson, Martin Sonenberg, Paula 
Traktman, Babette B. Weksler. 





Alpha Omega Alpha lecturer, Dr. David Kessler, Commissioner of Food and Drugs, at a reception following his 
address to students and faculty 



96 Alumni Association 



Alumni Association 




Dr. Anthony Fauci (left), Class of '66, receives the 
Alumni Award of Distinction from Dr. Lewis M. 
Drusin, Presiden t of the Alumni Assoc iatio n . Dr. 
Fauci is Director of the National Institute of Allergy 
and Infectious Diseases and Director, Office of AIDS 
Research 



The Office of Alumni Affairs is the central address 
for the Medical College's alumni activities. The of- 
fice supports and helps coordinate all alumni ef- 
forts. Those activities include biennial reunions, 
special events and meetings, both at the Medical 
College and nationally, the Medical College Fund 
and reunion class gifts appeals, and the Alumni 
Quarterly magazine which is sent to all alumni, fac- 
ulty members and students. Under the auspices of 
the office, The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
Center is publishing a directory of its alumni, clue 
out in December 1992. 

The office supports two alumni associations: The 
Center Alumni Council which coordinates activities 
for those who have trained or have been on the 
medical staff of the Medical Center, and the Alumni 
Association of Cornell University Medical College. 

Each graduate of Cornell University Medical College 
is automatically considered a member of its Alumni 
Association. The Alumni Association plays an im- 
portant role for both alumni and students. For 
alumni, it sponsors receptions at national medical 
meetings as well as other events. The Association 
is also the driving volunteer force behind all of the 
Medical College's alumni activities. For students, it 
sponsors student-faculty parties, career and money 
management seminars, athletic activities and sum- 
mer research opportunities through the David Barr 
Fellowship Program. Each class elects two student 
representatives to serve on the Alumni Association 
Board of Directors. 

President: Dianne D. Aronian, '72 

Vice-President: Donald W. Hoskins, '57 

Secretary: Susan C. Stewart, '66 

Treasurer: John J. Caronna, '65 

Chairman, Medical College Fund: Lewis M. 
Drusin, '64 

Chairman, Awards Committee: Robert J. 

Haggerty, '49 
Editor, Alumni Quarterly: C. Richard Minick, '60 

Director, Alumni Affairs and Annual Giving: Leslie 
W. Borak 



Named Professorships and Administrative 
Positions 



The Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Deanship of 
the Medical College was established in 1984 
through the generous gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
H. Weiss. The present occupant of the chair is Dr. 
Robert Michels. 

The Joseph F. Artusio, Jr., Professorship of An- 
esthesiology was established in 1987 by gifts and 
pledges from the faculty of the Department of Anes- 
thesiology. The first occupant of the chair is Dr. 
John J. Savarese. 

The Vincent Astor Distinguished Professorship 
of Medicine was established in 1982 by a gift from 
the Vincent Astor Foundation. The first occupant of 
the chair is Dr. David Zakim. 

The Vincent and Brooke Astor Distinguished 
Professorship in Neuroscience was established 
in 1984 by a gift from the Vincent Astor Foundation. 
The first occupant of the chair is Dr. Bernice 
Grafstein. 

The Rochelle Belfer Professorship in Medicine 

was established in 1992 through the generosity of 
her children to foster excellence in teaching of clini- 
cal and humanistic skills essential for the highest 
level of internal medicine practice. 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Professorship of 
Neurology was established in 1978. The present 
occupant of the chair is Dr. John P. Blass. 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Professorship of 
Rehabilitation Medicine was established in 1971 
with a gift from the Winifred Masterson Burke Relief 
Foundation. The chair is held by Dr. Fletcher H. 
McDowell. 

The Bernard and Josephine Chaus Professor- 
ship of Urological Oncology was established in 
1984 by a gift from Mr. Chaus. The chair is held by 
Dr. Neil H. Bander. 

The James J. Colt Professorship of Urology in 
Surgery was established in L970 through a gift 
from the James J. Colt Foundation. The chair is 
held by Dr. E. Darracott Vaughan, Jr. 

The George C. Cotzias Distinguished Professor- 
ship of Neurology was established in 1982 by gen- 
erous gifts from the estate of Abby Rockefeller 
Mauze and through the aegis of Dr. Nathaniel 
Warner, from the estate of Alfred Jacobsen. Many 
friends and colleagues also contributed to this pro- 
fessorship which honors the memory of Dr. George 
C. Cotzias, a distinguished neuroscientist and mem- 
ber of the Medical College Faculty from 1974 until 



his death in 1977. Dr. Donald J. Reis is the first oc- 
cupant of the chair. 

The Nathan Cummings Professorship in Neu- 
rology was established in 1986 through a bequest 
from the Estate of Nathan Cummings in honor of 
Dr. Fred Plum, Chairman of the Department of Neu- 
rology at the Medical College. The chair is cur- 
rently vacant. 

The Livingston Farrand Professorship of Public 
Health, established in 1944 by gifts from the 
Milbank Memorial Fund and the Rockefeller Foun- 
dation Fund, is named for Livingston Farrand. w ho 
was President of Cornell University at the time The 
New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center was or- 
ganized. The chair is currently occupied by Dr. 
George G. Reader. 

The Dr. Aaron Feder Visiting Professorship of 
Medicine was established by the late Morris 
Brecher and his sister, Susan Brecher. in honor of 
the late Dr. Aaron Feder. 

The William T. Foley Distinguished Professor- 
ship in Medicine was established in 1984 through 
the gifts from foundations, patients and friends of 
Dr. Foley. The chair is currently vacant. 

The Given Foundation Professorship of Obstet- 
rics and Gynecology was established in 1963 with 
funds from the Irene Heinz Given and the John 
LaPorte Given Foundation. The foundation's gift 
was designed to provide endowed support for the 
chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gy- 
necology. Dr. William J. Ledger is the current occu- 
pant. 

The David J. Greene Distinguished Professor- 
ship of Medicine at North Shore University 
Hospital was established in 1986 and made pos- 
sible by the generous contributions of Alan 1 
Greene, his family and the David J. Greene Founda- 
tion. The first occupant of the chair is Dr. 
Lawrence Scherr. 

The Stanton Griffis Distinguished Medical Pro- 
fessorship was established in with funds en- 
trusted to Cornell LIniversity for the Medical College 
by Stanton Griffis. Cornell University Class ol 1910. 
The chair is held by Dr. Carl Nathan. 

The Gladys and Roland Harriman Professor- 
ship of Cardiovascular Medicine was established 
with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. E. Roland Harriman in 
1963- The occupant of the chair is Dr. |effre\ 
Borer. 



98 Named Professorships and Administrative Positions 



The Jack Hausman Professorship of Pediatrics 
at North Shore University Hospital was estab- 
lished in 1983 by the Board of Trustees of North 
Shore University Hospital and the Board of Trustees 
of Cornell University. The first recipient of the chair 
is Dr. Mervin Silverberg. 

The Barklie McKee Henry Professorship of Psy- 
chiatry, established in 1968, honors the memory of 
the late Mr. Henry, who w as President of The Soci- 
ety of The New York Hospital in 1940 and a mov- 
ing force in the development of The New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center's Department of 
Psychiatry. The chair is held by Dr. Robert Michels. 

The Joseph C. Hinsey Professorship of Cell Bi- 
ology and Anatomy w as established in 1966 by a 
gift from Nicholas Noyes. A former Dean of Cornell 
University Medical College. Dr. Hinsey was Director 
of the Medical Center until his retirement in 1966. 
The chair is occupied by Dr. Enrique Rodriguez- 
Boulan. 

The Homer T. Hirst, HI Professorship of 
Oncology in Pathology w as established in 1981 
through the bequest of the late Louise G. Hirst in 
memory of her husband Homer T. Hirst, III. The 
chair is not occupied. 

The Johnson & Johnson Distinguished Profes- 
sorship of Surgery was established in 1972 
through a gift from the Johnson & Johnson Associ- 
ated Industries Fund. The current occupant is Dr. 
Cleon W. Goodwin, Jr. 

The B.H. Kean Professorship of Tropical Medi- 
cine was established in 1985 in honor of Dr. Ben- 
jamin Kean, a distinguished physician who lias 
spent over 30 years at The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center. This professorship was 
funded with gifts from patients and friends. The 
chair is occupied by Dr. Warren D. Johnson. Jr. 

The Harvey Klein Professorship of Biomedical 
Sciences was established in 1980 by a gift from Mr. 
Lewis L. Glucksman in honor of Dr. Harvey Klein, a 
member of the faculty of the Department of Medi- 
cine. Dr. Donald A. Fischman occupies this chair. 

The Frances and John L. Loeb Librarianship of 
Medicine was established in 1984 by a gift from 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Loeb. The first occupant is Dr. 
Robert M. Braude. 

The E. Hugh Luckey Distinguished Professor- 
ship in Medicine w as formally established in 1984 
through a gift given to the Medical Center by Mr. Is- 
rael Rogosin in 1965 in honor of Dr. Luckey, former 
Chairman of the Department of Medicine, Dean of 
the* Medical College and President of the Medical 
( enter. The present occupant is Dr. Ralph L. 
Nachman. 

The Hilda Altschul Master Professorship of 
Medicine was established in 1971 in memory of the 
wife of Dr. Arthur M. Master, Class of 1921. En- 
dowment ol the c hair was made possible by gifts 



from the late Dr. Master, Mr. Arthur M. Master, Jr., 
the late Mrs. Herbert li. Lehman, sister of Mrs. Mas- 
ter, and the Overbrook Foundation, whose presi- 
dent was the late Mr. Frank Altschul. Mrs. Master's 
brother. The present occupant of the chair is Dr. 
John H. Laragh. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Distinguished Pro- 
fessorship of Endocrinology in Medicine was 

established in 198-t by bequests and gifts from the 
Rockefeller family and the estates of Abby 
Rockefeller Mauze and Dorothy C. Shorr. The first 
recipient of this chair is Dr. Marvin C. Gershengorn. 

The Walsh McDermott University Professorship 
of Medicine was established in 1986 by a gift from 
the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. David 
F. Rogers is the first occupant of the chair. 

The John Milton McLean Professorship of Oph- 
thalmology was established in 1972 in memory of 
Dr. McLean who headed the Department of Oph- 
thalmology for twenty-seven years. A 1934 gradu- 
ate of the Medical College, his reputation as an eye 
surgeon, investigator, and teacher was worldwide. 
The memorial was initiated by Dr. McLean's former 
residents, whose inspiration and generosity brought 
together his patients, associates, and friends, whose 
combined gifts endowed the chair. The current oc- 
cupant of the chair is Dr. D. Jackson Coleman. 

The John D. Mountain, M.D. Professorship of 
Surgery at North Shore University Hospital w as 

established in 1988 and made possible by the gen- 
erous contributions of the devoted friends of Dr. 
John Mountain. The first occupant of the chair is 
Dr. Anthony J. Tortolani. 

The Stavros S. Niarchos Professorship of Pedi- 
atric Cardiology was established in 1979 by a gift 
from Mr. Stavros S. Niarchos. Dr. Mary Allen Engle 
holds this chair. 

The William S. Paley Professorship of Clinical 
Medicine was established in 1990 by a gift from 
the William S. Paley Foundation, Inc., to support 
the work of an outstanding clinician and teacher on 
the faculty of Cornell University Medical College. 
The first occupant of the chair is Dr. Harvey Klein. 

The Mark W. Pasmantier Professorship of He- 
matology and Oncology in Medicine was estab- 
lished in 1990 by a gift from an anonymous donor. 
The chair is currnetly vacant. 

The R.A. Rees Pritchett Professorship of Micro- 
biology was established in 1981 by a gift from Mr. 
and Mrs. Arthur B. Belfer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Belfer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ruben. Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack Saltz and the Belfer Foundation in honor of Dr. 
R.A. Rees Pritchett, a member of the faculty of the 
Department of Medicine. The present occupant of 
the chair is Dr. Kenneth I. Berns. 

The Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty Distinguished Pro- 
fessorship of Clinical Medicine was established 
in 1983 by a gift from Mrs. I. Roy Psaty to support 



Named Professorships and Administrative Positions 99 



the w ork of an outstanding clinician and teacher at 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. 
The chair is held by Dr. Joseph G. Hayes 

The Revlon Pharmaceutical Professorship of 
Pharmacology and Toxicology w as established in 
1979 by a gift from Revlon, Inc. The current occu- 
pant of the chair is Dr. Lorraine J. Gudas. 

The Israel Rogosin Professorship of Biochemis- 
try was established in 1965 when Mr. Rogosin 
made a substantial gift to The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center's Fund for Medical Progress 
The present occupant of the chair is Dr. Alton 
Meister. 

The Joseph P. Routh Professorship of Rheu- 
matic Diseases in Medicine was established in 
1985 with a bequest from the estate of Joseph I'. 
Routh. a pledge from Mrs. Routh and additional 
gilts. The first occupant of this chair is Dr. Charles 
Christian. 

The Edie and Marvin Schur Distinguished Pro- 
fessorship of Obstetrics and Gynecology at 
North Shore University Hospital was established 
in 1986 and made possible by the generous contri- 
bution of Marvin H. Schur in conjunction with his 
wife, Edie. The first recipient of the chair is Dr. 
Arnold N. Fenton. 

The Saul P. Steinberg Distinguished Professor- 
ship of Psychiatry and Public Health w as estab- 
lished in 1986 by a gift from Reliance Group 
Holdings, Inc. The first occupant of the chair is Dr. 
Robert Millman. 

The Sterling Drug Visiting Professorships were 
established in 1979 by a gift from the Sterling Drug 
Company in honor of Dr. Walter F. Riker. Jr. The 
professorships are designed to promote interchange 
of knowledge in the field of pharmacology. Each 
visiting professor will spend up to one week at the 
College, delivering a major lecture and participating 
in seminars. 

The Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professorship of 
Surgery was established in 1935 by an anonymous 
gift presented to the Medical College in memory of 
Dr. Stimson, who was Cornell's first professor of 
surgery. A second gift was added to the endow- 
ment in 1944 by the late Candace C. Stimson, Dr. 
Stimson's daughter. The chair is currently vacant. 

The William D. Stubenbord Visiting Professor- 
ships were established in 1968 by a gift from the 
Louis Calder Foundation "in memory of Louis 
Calder, Sr., and Louis Calder, Jr., and in recognition 
of the outstanding professional service and long 
friendship of Dr. William D. Stubenbord '31, for 
them and members of their families." The depart- 
ments of the College are, in rotation, host to visiting 
scholars. Each visiting professor resides at the Col- 
lege tor approximately one week and in that time 
delivers a special lecture and holds seminars with 
faculty and students. 



The David D. Thompson Professorship of Pa- 
thology at the Medical College w as established in 
1987 by a gift from the Penzance Foundation. The 
chair is currently occupied by Dr. John T. Ellis. 

The Anne Parrish Titzell Professorship of Neu- 
rology w as established in 1958 by a substantial gift 
from a grateful patient of the late Dr. Harold G. 
W olff, head of neurology at The New York Hospi- 
tal-Cornell Medical Center from 1932 until his death 
in 1962 Dr. Wolffs successor to the chair is Dr. 
Fred Plum. 

The Stephen P. Tobin and Dr. Arnold M. Coo- 
per Professorship in Consultation Liaison Psy- 
chiatry w as established in 1991 by a bequest from 
W illiam N. Tobin in memory of his son, to support 
the research and teaching of an outstanding mem- 
ber of the Medical College faculty whose interests 
are in the areas of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry. 
The first occupant of the chair is Dr. Arnold M. 
Cooper. 

The Maxwell M. Upson Professorship of Physi- 
ology and Biophysics, established in 1970, honors 
the memory of Mr. Upson who had been a member 
of the Cornell University Board of Trustees for 
thirty-five years. The present occupant of the chair 
is Dr. Erich E. Windhager. 

The Harold and Percy Uris Professorship of Pe- 
diatric Endocrinology and Metabolism was es- 
tablished in 1977 with a gift from the Uris Brothers 
Foundation. The first recipient of the chair is Dr. 
Maria I. New. 

The Harold and Percy Uris Professorship of Re- 
productive Biology was established in 1976 with a 
gift from the Uris Brothers Foundation. Dr. J. 
Michael Bedford occupies this chair. 

The Bruce Webster Professorship of Internal 
Medicine was established in 1977 with a bequest 
from the estate of Dr. Bruce Webster, a member of 
the faculty, and gifts from Mr. Roy E. Larsen and Dr. 
Webster's sister, Mrs. Flora Shefrin. The chair is 
currently vacant. 

The Harold Weill Professorship of Pediatric He- 
matology in Pediatrics was established in 1987 
through the gifts and pledges of colleagues and 
friends of Mr. Weill. The first occupant of the chair 
is Dr. Margaret W. Hilgartner. 

The Irving Sherwood Wright Professorship of 
Geriatrics, the first endowed chair in geriatrics in 
the United States, was established in 1977 by a gift 
from the E. Roland and Gladys Harriman Founda- 
tion in honor of Dr. Wright, a member of the fac- 
ulty. The first occupant of the chair is Dr. Marc E. 
Weksler. 



100 Form of Gifts and Bequests 



Form of Gifts and Bequests 

Gifts and bequests are an important source of fund- 
ing for the Medical College. If it is desired that a gift 
or bequest shall be used in whole or in part for any 
specific purpose in connection with the Medical 
College, such use may be specified. 

If a bequest is made to the Medical College the lan- 
guage may be: "I give and bequeath to Cornell Uni- 
versity the sum of S for use in connection 

with its Medical College in New York City." 

If a bequest is made to the Medical Center, the lan- 
guage may be: "I give and bequeath to The New 
York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center Fund, Inc., 
the sum of $ ." 

Further information about making a gift or bequest 
may be obtained from the Dean or Secretary of the 
Medical College. 




Faculty of the Medical College 



Faculty of the Medical College 103 



Aarons, Shelley. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Sarah 
Lawrence College; M.D. 1979, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Abel. Henriette E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Vassar 
College; M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Abel, Robert R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1956, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Abisaab, Josyann. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1984, 
American University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1989, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Abramowicz, Helen Kaufman. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Smith College; M.D. 1968, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Abramowitz, Joel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Urology) 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S.E.E. 1966, City College, City 
University of New York; M.S.E.E. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1976, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Abrams, Linus S. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1988, New York Medical College. 

Abrams, Martin William. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1948, Rutgers-The State University of 
New Jersey; M.D. 1954, Chicago Medical School. 

Abrams, Robert C. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of California, Berkeley; 
M.D. 1976, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Abramson, David Harold. Clinical Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1965, Harvard University; M.D. 1969, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
LIniversity. 

Abramson, Ruth Gail. Adjunct Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. A.B. 1955, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1959, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Abu-Regiaba, Sabih Ali. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 
M.B.B.Ch. I960, University of Baghdad College of 
Medicine (Iraq). 

Acker, Diane L. K. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Barnard College; M.D. 
1966, University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Acker, Peter Jeffrey. Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1974, Oberlin College; M.D. 1982, Tel Aviv University 
Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Ackertnan, Kenneth R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. A.B. 
1984, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1988, State University 
of New York at Stony Brook Health Science Center. 



Please note that changes in appointments and promotions 
in the Faculty of the Medical College effective after May 1 5, 
1992, may not he reflected on this list. 



Ackerman, Tedd H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Queens College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1983, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Ackert, Gregory Mark. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, St. John's University; M.D. 1978, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Acosta, Alberto Miguel. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Instructor in Pathology. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1985, Cornell University Medical 
College; Ph.D. 1985, Cornell University. 

Acquista, Angelo Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
New York University; M.D. 1981, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Adams, Diana M. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, North- 
western University; M.D. 1984, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Adams, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1967, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1971, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Addonizio, Gerard C. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Columbia University; M.D. 1978, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Adler, Alvin Leonard. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1977, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Adler, Daniel Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.E. 1978, 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1982, State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Adler, Naomi A. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Staff Psychologist, North Shore University- 
Hospital. B.A. 1983, Brandeis University; M.S. 1987, 
Pace LIniversity; Psy.D. 1989, Pace University. 

Advocate, Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1937, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.A. 1938, University of Illinois; M.D. 1950, Washing- 
ton University School of Medicine. 

Agdere, Levon. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1981, Istanbul 
University Faculty of Medicine (Turkey). 

Agins, Bruce David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Haverford College; M.D. 
1980, Case Western Reserve University School of 
Medicine. 

Agresti, Carolyn J. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, 
Newcomb College; M.D. 1987, Tulane University 
School of Medicine. 

Aguilar, Federico. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1980, University of Cayey 
School of Medicine (Puerto Rico). 



104 Faculty of the Medical College 



Aiges, Harvey W. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1971, New York Medical College. 

Aisen, Mindy Lipson. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital 
B.S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1980, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Akman, Wilhelmina Valencia. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Medicine in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Physician in Psychiatry, New York Hospital M.D. 1964, 
University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Albert, Gary H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Senior 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Hofstra University; M.D. 1972, 
New York Medical College. 

Albert, Steven Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, State University of New York at 
Albany; M.D. 1980, Medical College of Virginia. 

Alderman, Michael Harris. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
Adjunct Professor of Public Health. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1962, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Aldrich, Harry R. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 19K2, 
Princeton University; M.S. 1986, Duke University; M.D. 
1986, Duke University School of Medicine. 

Aledo, Alexander. Instructor in Pediatrics. Instructor, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Hunter College. City University of New York; M.D. 
1984, New York University School of Medicine. 

Aledort, Louis M. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 1955, 
Queens College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1959, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Alexander, James S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1953, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1957, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Alexander, Martin M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology) (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, University of 
Illinois; M.D. 1964, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Alexiades, Michael M. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Adjunct, Orthopedic Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1983, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Alexopoulos, George S. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1970, National University of Athens Faculty of 
Medicine (Greece). 

Allan, Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Medicine. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1967, Queens College, City University of New 
York; Ph.D. 1972, New York University. 



Allen. David Michael. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D 1983, University of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School. 

Allen, Patricia Y. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Univer- 
sity of Louisville; M.D. 1976, University of Louisville 
School of Medicine. 

Allen, Stephen C. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, University of 
Utah; M.D. 1975, University of Louisville School of 
Medicine. 

Allen. Steven Lee. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1977, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Alonso, Daniel Ramon. Senior Associate Dean. Professor 
of Pathology. Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1962, University Nacional de Cuyo 
Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Alonso, Maria Lita. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1968, Faculty of Medicine Nacional de 
Cordoba (Argentina). 

Altchek, David Wilson. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Columbia College; M.D. 1982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Altman, Abby Irma. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1985, 
Universidad del Noreste (Mexico). 

Altman, Roman. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1975, LP. Pavlov Medical Institute, Leningrad 
(Russia). 

Altman, Stuart J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1970, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1974, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Altorki, Nasser Khaled. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1977, University of 
Cairo, Mansura Medical School (Egypt). 

Amar, David. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 

Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1978, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1983, Loyola 
University Stritch School of Medicine. 

Amberson, James Burns. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1973, Wesleyan College; M.D. 1977, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Ambrosino, Barbara Jean. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
B.S. 1980, St. John's University; M.D. 1984, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Ameisen, Olivier Patrick. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1983, University of Paris, Cochin 
Medical School (France). 



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Amer. Jeffrey A Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. L9 '. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 
M.D. 1981, Jefferson Medical College. 

Amoona, Raphael. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1965. Pahlavi University (Iran). 

Anand. Vijay Krishnamurthy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology, Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1973. Madras Medical College, University of Madras 
( India). 

Andersen. Olaf Sparre. Professor of Physiology and 

Biophysics. M.D. 1971, Copenhagen University Faculty 
of Medicine (Denmark). 

Anderson, Lowell L. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Attending Physicist. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1953, Whitworth 
College; Ph.D. 1958, University of Rochester. 

Anderson. Mary E. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. 
B.A. 1977, Hollins College; Ph.D. 1983, Cornell 
University. 

Anderson. William A. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1942, Tuskegee Institute; M.D. 1953. 
University of Michigan Medical School. 

Andrews, Diana. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore Univ ersity 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, Georgetown University; M.S. 1974, 
Boston University; M.D. 1985, New York University 
School of Medicine. 



Antonacci, Anthony. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, Georgetown University; M.D. 1977, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Antonian, Lida. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1976, City College, City University of 
New York; M.S. 1978, New York University; Ph.D. 
1983, New York University. 

Antonovsky, Anna M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 19-+4. Brooklyn 
College. City University of New York; M.S. 1951, Yale 
University; Ph.D. 1955, Yale University. 

Aoki, Chiye J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. 
B.A. 1978, Barnard College; Ph.D. 1985, Rockefeller 
University. 

Apfeldorf, William Jay. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Yale Univer- 
sity; M.S. 1980, Yale University; M.Phil. 1987, Yale 
University; M.D. 1987, Yale University School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1987, Yale University. 

Apostolopoulos, Athanasia. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1978, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Appel, Debra Anne. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, University of 
Texas, Austin; M.D. 1987, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Appelbaum. Ann Halsell. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1946, University of California, Berkeley; 
M.D. 1950, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 




Dr. C. Everett Koop, Class of '4 1 , former Surgeon General, delivers the main address at the Commencement 
Exercises of the Class of 1992 



106 Faculty of the Medical College 



Appelbaum, Daniel Marc. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1978, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1982, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Appelbaum, Jerome. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Hobart and William 
Smith College; M.D. 1959, University of Rome (Italy). 

Applegarth, Linda Davis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Clinical 
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 
1969, University of Kansas; Ed.M. 1971, Boston 
University; Ed.D. 1975, Boston University. 

Appleton, Abraham Theodore. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Jamaica 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1981. 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Aprile, Georgette. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1974, New 
York Medical College. 

Aprile, I. Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. A.B. 
1936, New York University; M.D. 1940, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Arango, Carlos. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon ( Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Colegio de San Jose Medellin 
(Colombia); M.D. 1965, University Antioquia Faculty of 
Medicine (Colombia). 

Arbit, Ehud. Associate Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1973, Tel Aviv University Sackler School 
of Medicine (Israel). 

Arena, Francis Peter. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1975, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Argyros, Thomas George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.S. 1950, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; 
M.D. 1954, New York University School of Medicine. 

Arias, Rafael B. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
Associate Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, St. 
Johns Queens Hospital. B.S. 1955, Jose Trujillo Valdez 
High School (Dominican Republic); M.D. 1962, 
University of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). 

Arky, Albert Milton. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1951, University of Tulsa; M.D. 1955, University of 
Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

Arlen, Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore LIniversity 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Brooklyn College, City LIniversity 
of New York; M.D. 1957, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 



Arlis, Harry Robert. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, 
Yale University; M.D. 1986, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Armenakas, Noel Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 

York Hospital. M.D. 1985, National University of 

Athens Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 
Armstrong, Donald. Professor of Medicine. Attending 

Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, 

Lehigh University; M.D. 1957, Columbia University 

College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
Aronian, Dianne D. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 

New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, Westminster College; 

M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical College. 
Aronian, John Martin, III. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon. New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1962, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 

1967, Hahnemann Medical College. 
Aronne, Louis Joseph. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1977, Trinity College; M.D. 1981, Johns Hopkins 

University School of Medicine. 
Aronow, Eugene Morton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Northwestern University; 

M.D. 1957, Northwestern University Medical School. 
Artusio, Joseph F., Jr. Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1939, St. Peter s College; M.D. 1943, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Asch, Adam Steven. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1974, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1979, Jefferson 

Medical College. 
Asch, Jane Elizabeth. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 

Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Yale University School 

of Medicine. 

Asch, Stuart S. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1943, Columbia 
LIniversity; M.D. 1945, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Ascheim, Robert S. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Yale University; M.D. 1962, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Ascher, Robert C. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1945, Columbia University; M.D. 1949, 
Long Island College of Medicine. 

Ashany, Dalit. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 1985, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Asnis, Stanley E. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 1968, 

Washington University School of Medicine. 
Atlas, Steven Alan. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1968, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1971, Johns 

Hopkins LIniversity School of Medicine. 



Faculty of the Medical College 107 



Attiyeh, Fadi. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. L965, American University of Beirut 
(Lebanon); M.D. 1969, American University of Beirut 
(Lebanon). 

Attkiss, Michael J, Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1960, Harvard University; M.D. 1964, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Auchincloss, Elizabeth Lowell. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Yale University; M.D. 1977, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Auchincloss, Sarah. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1976, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Auerbach. Arleen D. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Genetics in Pediatrics. B.A. 1957. William Smith 
College; M A. 1958, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1977, 
New York University. 

August, Phyllis. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Professor of Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1973, Harvard University; M.D. 1977, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Auh, Yong Ho. Adjunct Associate Professor of Radiology. 
M.D. 1972, Seoul National University of Medicine 
(Korea). 

Auld, Peter A. McF. Professor of Pediatrics. Professor of 
Perinatal Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1948, 
University of Toronto (Canada); M.D. 1952, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Aulitzky, Wolfgang Karl. Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. M.D. 1977, University of Innsbruck Medical 
School (Austria). 

Axel, Peter J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, Nonh Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, Hofstra University; M.A. 1958, 
Hofstra University; M.D. 1962, Chicago Medical School. 

Ayuyao, Adolfo M. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1965, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines). 

Azizirad, Hassan. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician. Catholic Medical 

Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1965, Teheran 

Medical School (Iran). 
Bachvarova, Rosemary F. Professor of Cell Biology and 

Anatomy. B.A. 1961, Radcliffe College; Ph.D. 1966, 

Rockefeller University. 
Badaro, Roberto Jose da Silva. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. M.D. 1976, Federal University, Bahia (Brazil); 

M.S. 1980, Federal University, Bahia (Brazil). 
Bader, David Mansfield. Associate Professor of Cell 

Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1974, Augustana College; 

Ph.D. 1978, University of North Dakota. 
Badillo, Felix L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Urology). 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 

York Hospital. M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 

College. 



Baer, Ralph August. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Princeton University; M.D. 1959. 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Bahr, Gerald S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 1968, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1972, New York Medical 
College. 

Bains, Manjit S. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1963. All India Institute of 

Medical Sciences. 
Baiocco, Peter Julio. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Lenox Hill 

Hospital. B.S. 1972, Iona College; M.D. 1978, Mount 

Sinai School of Medicine. 
Bajorin, Dean F. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. B.A. 1973, College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 

1978, New York Medical College. 
Bajorunas, Daiva Regina. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 

Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending 

Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1971, University of 

Michigan Medical School. 
Bajulaiye, Rotimi I. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 

Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1979, University 

of Lagos (Nigeria); M.P.H. 1984, Yale University. 
Baker, Eli. Associate Social Psychologist in Public Health. 

B.A. 1974, Brooklyn College, City University of New 

York; Ph.D. 1984, City University of New York 

Graduate School and University Center. 
Baker, Harriet. Adjunct Associate Research Professor of 

Neuroscience. B.A. 1963, Wells College; M.S. 1967, 

University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1976, University of Iowa. 
Baker, Paul Mark. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 19" 1. 

Davidson College; M.D. 1975, Cornell University 

Medical College. 
Baker, Ralph David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1948, University of Akron; M.D. 1956, 

University of Paris (France). 
Baker, Robert W. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. A.B. 1973. Princeton University'; 

M.D. 1977, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 
Balas, Anna. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 

Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Brandeis 

University; M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein College of 

Medicine of Yeshiva University. 
Balazs, Leslie Laszlo. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 

M.D. 1959, Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine 

(Canada). 

Baliff, Robert Jay. Clinic al Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital 
B.S. 1953, Davis and Elkins College; M.D. 1957, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Ballard, Bruce i.. Assoeiate Dean. Associate Professor ol 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist. 
New York Hospital. B.A. I960, Yale University; M.D. 
1964, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



108 Faculty of the Medical College 



Ballon, Douglas J. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1980, Rutgers-The 
State University of New Jersey; Ph.D. 1985, Rutgers-The 
State University of New Jersey. 

Baiter, Stephen. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1961, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; M.S. 1963, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1971, Polytechnic Institute 
of Brooklyn. 

Bander, Neil Harrison. The Bernard and Josephine Chaus 
Associate Professor of Urological Oncology. Associate 
Professor of Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. Clinical 
Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1969, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 
1974, University of Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Bandyopadhyay, Dibyendu. Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry in Medicine. Radiopharmacist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1967, University of 
Calcutta (India); M.S. 1969, University of Calcutta 
(India); Ph.D. 1974, University of Calcutta (India). 

Bansal, Manjula. Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
M.B.B.S. 1970, Lady Hardinge Medical College (India). 

Barakat, Richard Riyad. Instaictor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Clinical Assistant Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrcian and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1985, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Barany, Francis. Associate Professor of Microbiology. B.A. 
1976, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle; Ph.D. 1981, 
Rockefeller University. 

Barasch, AJan. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Yale University; M.D. 1979, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Barash, Fred S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1966, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1976, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn; Ph.D. 
1976, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Barbaris, Harry Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Georgetown University; M.D. 
1969, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Barber, Hugh R. K. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1941, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1944, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Barbut Denise R. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1976, University College Hospital Medical School, 
London (United Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 1980, University 
College Hospital Medical School, London (United 
Kingdom). 

Barbuto, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



Bard, Richard Henry. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1962, Washington University; M.D. 
1966, University of Maryland School of Medicine 

Bardes, Charles L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1978, Princeton University; M.A. 1986, Temple 
University; M.D. 1986, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Bardin, Clyde Wayne. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.A. 
1957, Rice University; M.S. 1962, Baylor College of 
Medicine; M.D. 1962, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Barie, Philip Steven. Associate Professor of Surgery 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1977, Boston University; M.D. 1977, Boston University 
School of Medicine. 

Barile, Raymond Giulio. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1953, Columbia University; M.D. 1957, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Barish, Kenneth J. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1972, Yale University; Ph.D. 1980, New School for 
Social Research. 

Barnes, William Alexander. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1933, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1937, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Barnhill, John Warren. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1981, Duke 
University; M.D. 1985, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Barocas, Morris A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, University of Colorado; M.D. 1982, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Barondess, Jeremiah A. Adjunct Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1949, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Barr, Lisa Ronni. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1980, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Barricelli, Florence. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1984, Georgetown University; M.D. 1988, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Battel, Donald L. Associate Professor of Applied Biome- 
chanics in Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1961, University of 
Illinois; M.S. 1963, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1969, 
University of Iowa. 

Battels, Isis Arnao. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, New York University; M.A.T. 1968, Fairleigh 
Dickinson University; M.D. 1983, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Bartsich, Ernst G. Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1962, Goethe 
University, Frankfurt (Germany). 

Baruch, Sulamita Balagura. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. M.D. 1959, University Del Valle Faculty of 
Medicine (Colombia); Ph.D. 1963, Cornell University. 



Faculty of the Medical College 109 



Basile, Naef Khoury. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1936, University of Paris Medical School (France); 
M.D. 1941, University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Bass, Richard R. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1946, Cornell University; M.D. 1949, New York 

Medical College. 
Bassett, Edwin Pitcher. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 

University Hospital. M.D. 1951, University of Vermont 

College of Medicine. 
Bastidas, Jefferson. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Medical 

Center. M.D. 1958, University Nacional Faculty of 

Medicine (Colombia). 
Batata, Mostafa Ali Fl. Professor of Clinical Radiology. 

Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 

1952, University of Cairo, Mansura Medical School 

(Egypt). 

Bauer, Charles Henry. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, Columbia University; M.D. 1953. 
Harvard Medical School. 

Bauer, Stephen F. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychia- 
try. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 
1955, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Baum, Carol Grossman. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1979, City College, City University of New York, M.D. 
1983, New York University School of Medicine. 

Baum, Steven Mark. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1964, Rutgers-The State University of 
New Jersey; D.D.S. 1968, University of Maryland. 

Baumgarten, Stephen Robert. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1970, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Beam, Alexander Gordon. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1946, 
University of London (United Kingdom); M.B. 1946, 
University of London (United Kingdom); M.D. 1951, 
University of London (United Kingdom). 

Beattie, Edward James. Professor Emeritus of Surgery. 
Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1939, Princeton University; M.D. 1943, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Becker, David Victor. Professor of Radiology. Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, 
Columbia University; M.A. 1944, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1948, New York University School of Medicine. 

Becker, Eugene. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1958, New York University; M.D. 1962, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Becker, William David. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1987, Tel Aviv University 
Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 



Beckerman, Adam Howard. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1983, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.D. 1985, Albany Medical College. 

Bedford, J. Michael. Harold and Percy Uris Professor ol 
Reproductive Biology. Professor of Reproductive 
Biology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Professor of 
Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1955, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); M.A. 1958, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); V.M.D. 1958, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1965, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Bednoff, Stuart Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, Alfred University; M.D. 1961, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Beer, Myron. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Begg. Colin B. Professor of Biostatistics in Public Health 
Attending Biostatistician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, University of Glasgow 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1976, University of Glasgow 
(United Kingdom) 

Behrman, David Alan. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Oral Surgeon. 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending Dentist. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1976, 
Hamilton College; D.M.D. 1980, University of 
Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. 

Behrman, Lawrence A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1946, University of Pittsburgh; 
D.D.S. 1946, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental 
Medicine. 

Behrman, Stanley J. Clinical Professor of Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Attending Oral Surgeon-in-Charge, New- 
York Hospital. B.A. 1942, New York University; D.M.D. 
1945, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental 
Medicine. 

Beil, Arthur Randall, Jr. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1955, Brown University; M.D. 1959, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Beiles, Carl Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital 

B. A. 1955, Harvard University; M.D. 1959, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Beldoch, Michael. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, Adelphi University; M.A. I960, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia University. 

Belgorod, Barry Miles. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1977, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Bellovin, Barry Jon. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore Universit) 
Hospital. A.B. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Bellucci, Alessandro G. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1975, University of Florence 
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy) 



110 Faculty of the Medical College 



Bellucci, Eleanor. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1978, Barnard College; M.D. 1982, New York Medical 
College. 

Belmont, Matthew. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1981, Georgetown University; M.D. 1986, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Br< )oklyn. 

Belmont. Sandra C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1975, St. John's University; M.D. 1979, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Belsky, Paul Marc. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 

(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Brown University; M.D. 1983, 
University of California. San Francisco, School of 
Medicine. 

Bemporad. Jules Richard. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, 
University of Colorado; M.S. 1962, University of 
Florida; M.D. 1962, University of Florida College of 
Medicine. 

Bender, Estelle P. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry'. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, Brown 
University; M.D. 1968, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Benedict, Leonard Adenuga. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1972, University of Glasgow 
Faculty of Medicine (United Kingdom). 

Benezra, Diane Amy. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. B.A. 1980, Boston University; M.D. 1980, 
Boston University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1985, 
Columbia University. 

Benjamin, Bry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1945, Yale University; M.D. 1947, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Benjamin, Hermina Zelter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Emeritus Staff, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1951, Institute of Medicine, 
Bucharest (Romania). 

Benjamin, John. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1970, Kerala University Medical 
College (India). 

Berenyi, Kalman John. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1952, Pazmaneum School of Medicine 
(Hungary). 

Berenyi, Magdalena R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1952, Budapest University (Hungary). 

Beresford, H. Richard. Adjunct Professor of Neurology. 
B.A. 1952, Yale University; J.D. 1955, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1963, University of Colorado School of 
Medicine. 

Berg, Judith L. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1947, Hunter College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1957, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



Berger. Bonnie G. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. B.S. 1962, Wittenberg University; 
M A. 1965, Columbia University; Ed.D. 1969, Columbia 
University. 

Berger, David Jonathan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1982, Brandeis University; M.D. 1986, New York 
Medical College. 

Berger, Henry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, Columbia University; M.S. 1970, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia University; M.D. 
1978, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Berger, Judith J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Hospital. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Bergman, Geoffrey W. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1971, London University (United Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 
1974, London University (United Kingdom). 

Berk, Gregory I. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
Tulane University; M.D. 1984, Case Western Reserve 
University School of Medicine. 

Berkeley, Alan Stewart. Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Yale 
University; M.D. 1973, New York Medical College. 

Berkeley, Hope A. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard 
College: M.D. 1980. Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Berkman, David Adam. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1985, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1989. Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Berkowitz, Barry A. Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology. 
B.S. 1964, Northeastern University; Ph.D. 1968, 
University of California, San Francisco. 

Berkowitz, Norman. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1967, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Berlin, Robert Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Brandeis University; M.D. 1966, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Berman, Ellin. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1973, University of Chicago; M.D. 1977, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Berman, William Howard, Jr. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Harvard 
University; M.S. 1979, Yale University; Ph.D. 1984, Yale 
University. 

Berman, Stuart Michael. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 

Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Downtown 

Hospital. B.A. 1982, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 

1987, University of Virginia School of Medicine. 
Berns, Kenneth I. R. A. Rees Pritchett Professor of 

Microbiology (chairman). Professor of Microbiology' in 

Pediatrics. A.B. I960, Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D. 

1964, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1966, Johns 

Hopkins University School of Medicine. 



Faculty of the Medical College 1 1 1 



Bernstein, Robert M. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1974, Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1979, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Berntsen, Carl A., Jr. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Public Health. Emeritus Staff, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1942, 
University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 1945, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Berroya, Renato Bacolod. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, University of the Philippines; M.D. 
1961, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Bertino. Joseph R. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 
Pharmacology. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1954, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bessette, Janelle M. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Bucknell University; M.A. 1984, 
Adelphi University; Ph.D. 1987, Adelphi University. 

Bestak, Marc. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Queens College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1972, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Betts, Foster. Associate Professor of Biophysics in Surgery. 
B.S. 1954, University of Connecticut; M.S. 1956, 
University of Connecticut; M.S. 1968, Stanford 
University; Ph.D. 1972, Stanford University. 

Bialer, Martin G. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1980, 
Medical University of South Carolina; M.D. 1983, 
Medical University of South Carolina. 

Bienenstock, Harry. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1953, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1957, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Bigler, Rodney Errol. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Attending Physicist, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1966, Portland State University; Ph.D. 1971, 
University of Texas, Austin. 

Billo, Otto Emile. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1930, Williams College; M.D. 1935, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Binder, Alan Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.S. 1969, State University of New York at 

Stony Brook; M.D. 1973, State University of New York 

Health Science Center at Syracuse. 
Binford, Robert Throne, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor 

Emeritus of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1951, Vanderbilt University; D.M.D. 

1955, University of Alabama School of Dentistry; M.S. 

1959, University of Alabama; M.D. 1963, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Binkert, Barbara Lucile. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1963, Ohio Wesleyan University; M.D. 1976, 

Columbia University College of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 



Birkhoff, John David. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1969, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Birnbaum, Stanley Jack. Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1942, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1951, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Birrer, Richard Bruce. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1971, Lehigh University; 
M.D. 1975, Cornell University Medical College; M.P.H. 
1982, Harvard University. 

Bizzoco, Sabina. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1982, Universidad Autonoma 
de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Black, Karen S. Assistant Professor of Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1979, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1983, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Black, Ronald S. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, Williams College; M.D. 1984, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Blair, Jeffrey Abraham. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1982, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Blake, James Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1977, University of Rochester; M.D. 1981, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Blanck, Richard Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Clarkson College of 
Technology; M.D. 1973, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Blanck, Thomas J. J. Professor of Anesthesiology. 

Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1966, Yale University; M.D. 1970, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1974, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Blanco, Joseph Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Ophthal- 
mology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1978, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School 

Blank, H. Robert. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1936, 
Temple University; M.D. 1939, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Blank, Seymour George. Assistant Professor of Physiology 
in Medicine. B.E.E. 1965, City College, City University 
of New York; M.E.E. 1968, Polytechnic Institute of New 
York; Ph.D. 1986, Cornell University. 

Blasberg, Ronald George. Professor of Neurology. 
Attending Neurologist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Colgate University; M.D. 1967, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 



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Blass, John Paul. Winifred Masterson Burke Professor of 
Neurology. Professor of Medicine. Attending Neurolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1958, Harvard University; Ph.D. I960, 
University of London (United Kingdom); M.D. 1965, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Blau, Richard Harris. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, University of Florida; M.D. 1979, 
University of Florida College of Medicine. 

Blaugrund, Stanley Marvin. Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending, Otolaryngology, 
Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending, Otolaryngology, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. A.B. 1951, 
University of Texas; M.D. 1955, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical School. 

Blitz, Marvin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1953, Harvard University; M.D. 1957, Albany 
Medical College. 

Blobstein, Steven Harrison. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; M.A. 
1970, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1980, University of Miami School of 
Medicine. 

Blom, Berna Jean R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1959, University of Utrecht (Netherlands); M.D. 1965, 
University of Utrecht (Netherlands). 

Bloomfield, Dennis Alexander. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1956, University of Adelaide Medical School 
(Australia). 

Bloomfield, Martin Ellis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 

B. A. 1956, University of Vermont; M.D. I960, Univer- 
sity of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Bloomgarden, David Karl. Clinical Instructor of Medicine 

in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1968, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1977, New 

York University School of Medicine. 
Blum, Elsa J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1952, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1976, 

Columbia University. 
Blum, June. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1941, University of North Carolina; M.A. 

1950, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1969, St. John's 

University. 

Blum, Steve B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public 

Health. B.S. 1965, City College, City University of New 
York; M.S.P.H. 1974, University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst; Ph.D. 1977, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill. 

Blumenfeld, Jon David. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1977, Adelphi University; M.D. 1981, Yale University 

School of Medicine. 
Blumenthal, David Steven. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1971, Cornell University; M.D. 1975, 

Cornell University Medical College. 



Blutt, Mitchell J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1978. University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; M.B.A. 1987, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Boal, Bernard Harvey. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, University of 
Manitoba (Canada); M.D. 1962, University of Manitoba 
(Canada). 

Bockman, Richard Steven. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Senior Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1962, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1967, Yale 
University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1971, Rockefeller 
University. 

Bodian, Eugene Lionel. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1944, University of Illinois; M.D. 1952, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Boeck, Marjorie A. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1967, University of Minnesota; Ph.D. 1970, 
Llniversity of Minnesota; M.D. 1976, Duke University 
School of Medicine. 

Bogdonoff, Morton D. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician. New York Hospital. M.D. 1948, Cornell 
Llniversity Medical College. 

Bohne, Walther H. O. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1957, Maximilians University, 
Munich (Germany). 

Boland, Thomas B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, St. Mary's College; 
M.A. 1970, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ph.D. 
1973, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 

Bolgar, Robert. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.M. 1981, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. CM. 1985, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Bond, Annette Louise. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Yale 
University; M.D. 1983, Harvard Medical School. 

Bonilla, Mary Ann. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, St. Peter's College; M.D. 1981, 
Loyola University Striuh School of Medicine. 

Bonsnes, Roy W. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Biochemis- 
try in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1930, University 
of Connecticut; Ph.D. 1939, Yale University. 

Borchardt, Ruth Aviva. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1978, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1983, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 



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Bordan. Dennis Lawrence. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, New York University; M.D. 1970, 
State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Borer, Jeffrey Stephen. Gladys and Roland Harriman 
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine. Professor of 
Medicine. Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine in 
Radiology. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1965, Harvard University; M.D. 1969, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Borg, Anita Jay. Clinical Instaictor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1962, New York University; M.D. 1966, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Borgen, Patrick Ivan. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1980, Tulane University; M.D. 1984, 
Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New 
Orleans. 

Boris, Marvin. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1954, Union College; M.D. 1958, New 
York LIniversity School of Medicine. 

Bose, Joerg. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. 
D M. 1965, Free LJniversity of Berlin (Germany). 

Boskey, Adele Ludin. Professor of Biochemistry. Senior 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1964, 
Barnard College; Ph.D. 1970, Boston University. 

Bosl, George Joseph. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1969, John Carroll University; M.D. 1973, 
Creighton University School of Medicine. 

Bosworth, Jay L. Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1966, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1970, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
of Yeshiva University. 

Botet, Jose F. Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.E. 1973, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1977, University of 
Monterrey (Mexico). 

Botvin. Gilbert Joseph. Professor of Psychology in Public 
Health. Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Colgate University; M.A. 1974, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1977, Columbia University. 

Boulad, Farid. Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical Assistant 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1982, Universite Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). 

Bovbjerg, Dana Howard. Assistant Professor of Immunol- 
ogy in Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1973, 
Carleton College; B.S. 1977, University of Iowa; Ph.D. 
1983, University of Rochester. 

Boxer, Robert Alan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; M.D. 1972, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Boylan, Brendan James. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Orthodontist), New York Hospital. A.B. 1951, 
University of Vermont; D.D.S. 1955, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. 



Bozza, Anthony T. Clinical Instaictor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1964, New York University; M.D. 1970, University of 
Rome (Italy). 

Brachfeld, Norman. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, Columbia University; M.D. 1953. 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Bracy, Jacqueline. Clinical Instaictor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, Yale 
University; M.D. 1987, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bradford. Michael Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. I960, Yale University; M.D. 
1964, Harvard Medical School. 

Braham, Robert L. Associate Professor of Medicine- 
Associate Professor of Clinical Public Health. Associate- 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1970, Cornell LIniversity 
Medical College. 

Brain, Susan. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York University; M.A. 1970, 
University of Michigan; Ph.D. 1974, University of 
Michigan. 

Brand, Kathie H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1983, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Brandt, Stephanie. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1977, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bratesh-Skornicki, Diana. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1981. University of Milan (Italy). 

Braude, Robert M. Assistant Dean. Frances and John Loeb 
Librarian of Medicine. B.A. 1962, University of 
California; M.A. 1964, University of California; M L S. 
1964, University of California; Ph.D. 1987, University of 
Nebraska. 

Braun, Devra Lynn. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Cornell 
University, M.A. 1973, Columbia LIniversity; M.Phil. 
1976, Columbia University, M.D. 1986, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Brause, Barry David. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.A. 1966, New York LIniversity; M.D. 
1970, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 

Braverman, Jeffrey Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1978, New York University; M.D. 1983, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Brayton, Robert G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1954, Williams College; M.D. 1958, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Breen, William John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1973, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1977, New York Medical 
College. 



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Breidbart, David M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Cornell Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Breindel, David S. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Breitbart, William. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Psychia- 
trist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Brennan, John P. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1959, St. Peter's College; M.D. 
1965, University College Faculty of Medicine, Dublin 
(Ireland). 

Brennan, Murray F. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, 
University of New Zealand; M.B.B.Ch. 1964, University 
of Otago Medical School (New Zealand). 

Brenner-Gati, Leona. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.A. 1975, Princeton University; M.D. 1979, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Brent, Richard H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Boston 
University; M.D. 1978, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Breslow, Esther M. G. Professor of Biochemistry (acting 
chairman). B.S. 1953, Cornell University; M.S. 1955, 
New York University; Ph.D. 1959, New York Univer- 
sity. 

Bresnick, Philip Alan. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1954, Washington University; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Breuer, Brenda. Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.S. 

1968, City College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 

1973, City College, City University of New York; M.P.H. 

1979, Columbia University. 
Brewer, Bruce W. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.A. 1971, Brown University; M.D. 1975, State 

University of New York Health Science Center at 

Brooklyn. 

Brezenoff, Gerald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Senior Psychologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. I960, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1968, Adelphi Univer- 
sity. 

Brieff, David B. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1984, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Brill, Paula W. Professor of Radiology. Professor of 
Radiology in Pediatrics. Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1958, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1962, Cornell University 
Medical College. 



Brilliant, Renee M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1946, New York University; M.A. 1950, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1957, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Brillon, David J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, 
Providence College; M.D. 1980, Brown University 
Program in Medicine. 

Brockman, Roberta. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Yale University; M.S. 1977, Yale 
University; M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Brockner, Nora. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1967, Columbia University; M.A. 1970, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Brockunier, Alfred. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1945, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1947, Jefferson Medical College. 

Broden, Alexander R. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1954, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1958, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Broderick, Robert Denis. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1971, University of Notre 
Dame; M.D. 1977, New York Medical College. 

Brodie, Scott E. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Wesleyan University; 
M.A. 1974, Wesleyan University; Ph.D. 1979, 
Rockefeller University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Brody, David Marshall. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, New 
York University; M.D. 1970, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Brody, Judith Paula. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1976, Northwestern University Medical 
School. 

Brody, Lynne M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1970, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Broekman. Marinus Johan. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry in Medicine. B.S. 1967, University of 
Utrecht (Netherlands); M.S. 1969, University of Utrecht 
(Netherlands); Ph.D. 1976, University of Utrecht 
(Netherlands). 

Bromley, Gary Steven. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending Surgeon, Jamaica 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1975, University of Rochester; M.D. 1978, Cornell 
University Medical College. 



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Bronsky, Mark lay. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Orthodontist), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, Trinity College; D.M.D. 
1987, University of Alabama School of Dentistry; M.S. 
1989, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

Bronzo, Richard Lawrence. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Hofstra University; M.D. 
1976, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Brooks, Dana Charles. Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.E. 1949. Cornell University; M.D. 1957, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Brooks, Glen Zehnder. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant 
Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1969, St. Michael's College; M.D. 1973, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Broome, John Denis. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1955, University of London (United Kingdom). 

Brovender, Bruce Jay. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Adjunct. Pediatrics, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1976, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1984, University of Bologna Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Brower, Mark Steven. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, New York University; M.D. 1974, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Brower, Ross Belin. Assistant Professor of Public Health. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
University of Virginia; M.D. 1975, New York Medical 
College. 

Brown, Andrew D. Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 
Teaneck; M.D. 1982, St. George's University School of 
Medicine (Grenada). 

Brown, Anthony M. C. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy in Microbiology. B.A. 1977, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); M.A. 1979, Cambridge- 
University (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1981, University of 
Edinburgh (LInited Kingdom). 

Brown, Arthur Edward. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. B.S. 1967, Bucknell 
University; M.D. 1971, Jefferson Medical College. 

Brown, Helen-Ann. Assistant Librarian. B.A. 1970, Ithaca 
College; M.L.S. 1973, University of Maryland. 

Brown, James Warren. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. A.B. 1957, Harvard University; M.D. 
1961, Cornell University Medical College. 

Brown, Jeffrey L. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1961, Hobart and William Smith College; M.D. 
1965, University of Maryland School of Medicine. 



Brown, John L , Jr. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1952, Cornell University, M.D. 1955, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Brown, John M. Instructor in Surgery (Cardiothoracic). 
Thoracic Surgeon (Cardiothoracic), New York Hospital 
B.A. 1982, Colgate University; M.D. 1986, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Brown, Karen Teresa. Assistant Professor of Radiology 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, University of 
Michigan; M.D. 1979, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Brown, Robert William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 

1950, Tulane University School of Medicine. 
Brown, Timothy C. A. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 

Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 

1972, University of Colorado; M.D. 1977, University of 

Colorado School of Medicine. 
Brunckhorst, Keith Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 

B.S. 1973, St. Peter's College; M.D. 1976, New York 

Medical College. 
Bruno, Michael S. Professor of Medicine. Attending, 

Medicine, Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending Physician, 

New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, Columbia University, 

M.D. 1945, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 

Bruno, Peter J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Associate 
Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 1971, Union 
College; M.D. 1975, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Bruun, Ruth Dowling. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Radciiffe College; M.D. 1968, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Bryer, Clifford J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, State University of New York at 
Buffalo; M.D. 1979, University of Paris Medical School 
(France). 

Buchholtz, Michael S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, State University of New York 
College at Cortland; M.D. 1983, University of Bologna 
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Buchman, Myron Isaac. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, Lehigh 
University; M.D. 1946, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Buchsbaum, Betty. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychoid 
gist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1948, Cornell University; 
M.A. 1950, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1965, 
Yeshiva University. 

Buckwald, Sharon. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. B.A. 
1970, Vassar College; M.D. 1974, New York University 
School of Medicine 

Budman, Daniel Robert. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Princeton University; M.D. 1972, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 



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Bullough, Peter G. Professor of Pathology. Senior Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending Pathologist, 
New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1956, University of 
Liverpool Faculty of Medicine (United Kingdom). 

Bungarz, William R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, State University <>l New 
York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1982, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Burchenal, Joseph Holland. Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1937, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Burke, Stephen William. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery' in Pediatrics. Associate Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, Spring Hill College; M.D. 1971, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Burman, Chandra M. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Physicist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kcttering Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Banaras Hindu 
Univeristy, Varanasi (India), M.S. 1972, Banaras Hindu 
Univeristy, Varanasi (India); Ph.D. 1980, State 
University of New York at Albany. 

Burrell, Jennifer. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 
Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Prosthodontist), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Clark University; D.D.S. 
l l )H5, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Burris, James Earle. Clinical Instructor of Ophthalmology 
in Psychiatry (Courtesy). Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1952, Harvard University; M.D. 1956, 
Boston University School of Medicine. 

Burstein, Albert H. Professor of Applied Biomechanics in 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior Scientist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.M.E. 1959, Cooper Union; M.M.E. 
1961, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1969, 
New York University. 

Burt, Michael Edward. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Cardiothoracic). Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1970, Rutgers-The 
State University of New Jersey; M.D. 1975, St. Louis 
University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1981, George 
Washington University. 

Burten, William. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Brown University; M.A. 1965, New York 
University; M.D. 1976, University of Miami School of 
Medicine. 

Burton, Daniel Arthur. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
Northwestern University; M.D. 1984, Wright State 
University School of Medicine. 

Burton, Leslie A. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1977, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1982, University of 
Chicago; Ph.D. 1985, University of Chicago. 

Busch, Fredric Neal. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Duke 
University; M.D. 1984, University of Texas Southwest- 
ern Medical School. 



Bush. Harry Leonard, Jr. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1964, Princeton University; M.D 
1968, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Bush, Michael N. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician. Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1974, 

Clark University; M.D. 1978, State University of New 

York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Bush, Rachel Wilhelm. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1983, Vassar College; M.S. 1986, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D. 1989, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst. 

Bussel, James Bruce. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1971, Yale University; 
M.D. 1975, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Butler, Robert W. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1975, University of 
West Florida; M.A. 1981, University of Alabama; Ph.D. 
1985, Ohio State University. 

Butler, Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1965, Clemson University; M.D. 1969, Medical 
University of South Carolina. 

Byrne, John Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.S. I960, Georgetown University; M.S. 
1964, New York University; M.D. 1965, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Caccese, William John. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Villanova University; M.D. 1978, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Cahan, Anthony. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Hampshire College; M.D. 1982. 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Cahan, William George. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Surgery. Senior Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1935, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1939, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Cahenzli, Christopher T. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Kings College; 
M.D. 1984, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 

(Mexico). 

Cahill, Patrick T. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. B.S. 1956, University of New Hampshire; 
M.S. 1958, University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1963, 
Harvard University. 

Caleb, Matthew. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1984, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1988. Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Calvano, Steven Ernest. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
B.A. 1972, University of Connecticut; Ph.D. 1980, 
University of California, Santa Barbara. 



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Camargo, Maria-Jose Falotico. Associate Research 

Professor of Medicine. Associate Research Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. M.D. 1973, Faculdade cle 
Medicine de Tauhate, Sao Paulo (Brazil); Ph.D. 1980, 
Paulista School of Medicine (Brazil). 

Cambor, Roger Louis. Instructor in Psychiatry. Instructor in 
Public Health. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
BA. 1977, Carnegie-Mellon University; M.D. 1984, 
University of Texas Medical School at Galveston. 

Cameron, Donald J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. BA. 1951, Amherst College; M.D. 1955. 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Cammisa, Frank P., Jr. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Tufts University School of 
Medicine; M.D. 1982, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Campbell, Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1961, New York University; 
M.D. 1966, New York Medical College. 

Campbell, Lawrence F. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. M.D. 1963, University of Michigan Medical 
School. 

Campbell, Robert G. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1958, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Campbell, Scott Searcy. Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. B.A. 1974, Florida State University; M.S. 
1978, Montana State University; Ph.D. 1981, University 
of Florida. 

Campbell, Wallace Gibson, Jr. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Cantor, Michael C. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1982, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Caplan, Ronald Mervin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1958, McGill University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1962, 
McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Cappa, John. Assistant Podiatrist in Psychiatry. Professional 
Associate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, St. John's 
University, D.P.M. 1987, New York College of Podiatric 
Medicine. 

Caprio, Ralph E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1971, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; 
M.D. 1977, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Caputo, Thomas A. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1961, College of the Holy 
Cross; M.D. 1965, University of Medicine and Dentistry 
Of N. J„ N. J. Medical School. 

Caraccio, Babette B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, College 
of New Rochelle; M.D. 1982, New York University 
School of Medicine. 



Caravelli, James F. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, University of 
Illinois; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College. 

Caldwell, John J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Public Health. A.B. 1968, Princeton University; 
Ph.D. 1973, City College, City University of New York. 

Carl, Lawrence. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1982, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Carlon, Anne Teresa. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1978, Brown 
University; M.D. 1983, Duke University School of 
Medicine. 

Carlon, Graziano Carlo. Professor of Clinical Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Critical Care 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1969, University of Padua (Italy). 

Caronna. John Joseph. Professor of Clinical Neurology. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. Attending 
Neurologist. Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1961, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1965, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Carpenter, Robert Dennis. Clinical Instaictor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Siena College; D.M.D. 
1983, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. 

Carras, Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Neurosurgery). Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1955, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Carter, D. Martin. Professor of Medicine. Attending 

Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1961, Harvard Medical School; Ph.D. 
1971, Yale University. 

Cartmell, Sara Aikins. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 

Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Vassar College; 
M.D. 1985, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Case, David Bartlett. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1964, Princeton University; M.D. 1968. 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Case, Nan B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Staff Psychologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1959, Hunter College, City University of 
New York; MA. 1968, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1973, Columbia University. 

Casper, Ephraim S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1971, University of 
Illinois; M.D. 1974, Rush Medical College. 

Cassell, Eric J. Clinical Professor of Public Health. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, 
Queens College, City University of New York; M.A. 
1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1954, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Castronuovo, Joseph John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.S. 1960. Holy Cross College of Massachu- 
setts; M.D. 196 i, Georgetown University School ol 
Medicine. 



118 Faculty of the Medical College 



Catanzaro, Daniel Frank. Assistant Professor of Physiology 
in Medicine. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1979, MacQuarie University (Austra- 
lia); Ph.D. 1985, University of Sydney (Australia). 

Catenaccio, Robert Hamlet. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, 
Albert Kinstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Caterinicchio, Benedict Salvatore. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954. Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1958, New York Medical College. 

Caudy, Michael Allen. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. B.S. 1978, Ohio State University; Ph.D. 
1985, University of California, Berkeley. 

Cavanagh. James Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1954, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1958, New York Medical College. 

Cedarbaum, Jesse M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Stanford 
University; M.A. 1973, Stanford University; M.D. 1978, 
Yale University School of Medicine. 

Cederqvist, Lars L. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.M. 1957, University of Lund Faculty of Medicine 
(Sweden); B.P. 1959, University of Lund Faculty of 
Medicine (Sweden); M.D. 1964, University of Lund 
Faculty of Medicine (Sweden). 



Cervantes, Cecilia. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of the Philippines; M.D. 
1975, University of the Philippines College of 
Medicine. 

Cervia, Joseph Steven. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician. New York Hospital 
B.S. 1980, St. John's University; M.D. 1984, New York 
Medical College. 

Cesar, Reynold. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1959, University of Haiti, 
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Cestero, Yolanda Alt. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1966, 
University of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). 

Chaganti, Raju S. K. Professor of Genetics in Pathology. 
Attending Geneticist and Cytogeneticist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1954, Andhra University 
(India); M.S. 1955, Andhra University (India). Ph.D. 
1964, Harvard University. 

Chaglassian, Toros A. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1963. American Univer- 
sity of Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1967, American 
University of Beirut Faculty of Medicine (Lebanon). 

Chait, Maxwell Mani. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, University of Utah; 
B.S. 1969, University of California, San Francisco; M.D. 
1972, University of California. San Francisco, School of 
Medicine. 




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Chalif, David J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon. North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1979, University 
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Chaly, Thomas Cherian. Assistant Professor of Biochemis- 
try in Medicine. Senior Radiochemist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1965, Kerala University 
(India); M.S. 1968, Saugar University (India); M.S. 1980, 
Concordia University (Canada); Ph.D. 1984, McGill 
University (Canada). 

Chan, Walter W. Y. Professor of Pharmacology. B.A. 1956, 
University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia 
University. 

Chandra. Manju. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1968, GSVM Medical College, Lucknow 
University (India). 

Chang. Ming-der Y. Assistant Professor of Immunology in 
Medicine. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, National Taiwan 
University; M.A. 1975, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1979, Columbia University. 

Chang, Raymond Yeesung. Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, Brown University; 
M.D. 1983, Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Chang, Stanley. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1968, Massachusetts Institute of Technol- 
ogy; M.S. 1970, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1974, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Chao, Moses Victor. Professor of Cell Biology and 

Anatomy. Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy in 
Medicine. B.A. 1973, Pomona College; Ph.D. 1980, 
University of California, Los Angeles. 

Chao, Solan. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Cornell Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1962, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Chapar, George N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Pediatrics. B.A. 1973, University of 
Connecticut; M.A. 1978, Fairfield University; M.A. 1981, 
Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1985, Yeshiva University. 

Chapman, Carleton B. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. A.B. 
1936, Davidson College; B.A. 1938, Davidson College; 
M.D. 1941, Harvard Medical School; M.P.H. 1944, 
Harvard University. 

Chapman, Paul B. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Charash, Leon I. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1947, Cornell University; M.D. 1950, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Charlson, Mary Flizabeth. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, Wellesley College; M.D. 1972, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Charno, Steven H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, Cornell University; M.D. 1972, University of 
South Carolina Medical School. 



Chartash, Elliot Keith. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1982, State University of New York 
at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Chaudhri, Farida P. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1976, Quaid-I-Azam Medical 
College, Bahawalpur (Pakistan). 

Chawla, Anupama. Instructor in Pediatrics. M.D. 1978, 
Lady Hardinge Medical College (India). 

Chazan, Saralea E. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1958, University of Pennsylvania; M.A. I960, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1971, Ohio State University. 

Checchi, Adele Marie. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Barnard College; M.D. 1985, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Cheigh, Jhoong Shik. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemistry. Professor 
of Clinical Medicine in Surgery. Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Kyungpook National University 
(Korea); M.D. I960, Kyungpook National University 
(Korea); M.M.S. 1962, Kyungpook National University 
(Korea). 

Chen, Lilly. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. M.D. 1981, 
Shanghai Second Medical College (China). 

Chen, Yao-Tseng. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1981, National Taiwan University School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1985, Cornell University. 

Cheng, Andrew C. K. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1962, Beijing Medical College 
(China). 

Cheng, Kuo-Chi. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology in 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1977, National Taiwan University; M.S. 
1979, University of Georgia; Ph.D. 1983. University of 
Connecticut. 

Chengot, Mathew T. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore liniversity 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Kerala University (India); M.B.B.S. 
1977, Kottayam Medical College, Kerala University 
(India). 

Cherbuliez, Theodore. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1952, University of Geneva (Switzer- 
land). 

Cheaibini, Thomas D. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1964, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Chervenak, Frank A. Associate Professor of Obstetrk s and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Pennsyl- 
vania State University; M.D. 1976, Jefferson Medical 
College. 

Chess, Quintus. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, North Shore University Hospital 
A.B. 1974, Princeton University; M.D. 1978, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 



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Cheung, Nai-Kong V. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1972, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical School; Ph.D. 
1978, Harvard University. 

Chianese, Maurice J. Instructor in Pediatrics. B.A. 1982, 
Northwestern University; M.D. 1986, New York Medical 
College. 

Chiao, Jerry J. C. Assistant Professor of Surgery. M.D. 1956, 
Shanghai Second Medical College (China). 

Chiarandini, Irene. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1963, University of Buenos Aires Faculty 
of Medicine (Argentina) 

Chiarieri, Dominick R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, St. Peter's College; M.D. 1974, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Chiorazzi, Nicholas. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1970, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Chirmule. Narendra B. Assistant Professor of Immunology 
in Pediatrics. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1980, University of Bombay 
(India); M.S. 1982, University of Bombay (India); Ph.D. 
1986, University of Bombay (India). 

Chiu, Yue (Mickey) Kwong. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1974, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Cho, Young T. Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1948, Seoul National 
University (Korea); M.D. 1953, Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Cholst, Ina Naomi. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1977, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Chotkowski, Gregory Charles. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial). Assistant 
Attending Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1983, Boston College; D.M.D. 1987, Tufts 
University School of Dental Medicine. 

Christian, Charles Leigh. Joseph P. Routh Professor of 
Rheumatic Diseases in Medicine. Professor of 
Medicine. Physician-in-Chief, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1949, Wichita State University; M.D. 1953, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Christodoulou, James P. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1962, Columbia University; M.D. 1966, 
State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Chrzanowski, Paul Jonathan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Dartmouth College; B.M.S. 1968, 
Dartmouth Medical School; M.D. 1970, University of 
Washington School of Medicine. 

Chu, Florence C. H. Professor Emeritus of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1942, 
National Defense Medical Center, Shanghai (China). 



Chui, Chen-Shou. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, Tsing-Hua 
University (Taiwan); M.S. 1972, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1984, Columbia University. 

Church, Edwin H. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1949, University of Rochester School of 
Medicine and Dentistry. 

Chusid, Arnold. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Long Island University, C.W. Post 
Center; M.D. 1979, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Chutorian, Abe Milton. Professor of Pediatrics. Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. Attending 
Neurologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1949, 
University of Manitoba (Canada); M.A. 1952. University 
of Manitoba (Canada); M.D. 1957, University of 
Manitoba (Canada). 

Chuy, Feliciano. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, La Guardia Hospital. B.S. 1972, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1976, Georgetown Univer- 
sity School of Medicine. 

Cimochowski, George E. Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Cardiothoracic). B.S. 1963, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1967, Jefferson Medical College. 

Cipollaro, Vincent Anthony. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, State University of New York at 
Buffalo; M.D. 1958, University of Padua Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Citi, Sandra. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.S. 1982, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1986. Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1989, University of Florence Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Clark. Cornelius J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1952, Harvard University; M.D. 1959, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Clark, Sheryl D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1974, Beloit College; M.D. 1982, Case Western Reserve 
University School of Medicine. 

Clarke, James Lincoln. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1977, Princeton University; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Clarkin, Audrey Jean. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Pace University; 
M.A. 1963, Catholic University of America; M.A. 1966, 
Fordham University; Ph.D. 1969, Fordham LIniversity. 

Clarkin, John F. Professor of Clinical Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital 
B.S. 1961, St. Benedict s College; M.A. 1967, Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1971, Fordham University. 

Clarkson, Bayard Delafield. Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1948, Yale University; M.D. 1952, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



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Clayson, Merrill David. Professor of Clinical Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 
Attending Psychologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Adjunct Attending Psychologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1956, University of Utah; 
A.M. 1960, George Washington University; Ph.D. 1963, 
Washington University. 

Cloitre, Marylene. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, McGill University 
(Canada); Ph.D. 1985, Columbia University. 

Cody, Hiram Sedgwick, III. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1974, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Cohen, Alan Brian. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.A. 1980, Case Western Reserve University; 

M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 
Cohen, Alfred Martin. Professor of Surgery. Attending 

Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1963, Cornell University; M.D. 1967, Johns Hopkins 

University School of Medicine. 
Cohen, Anthony Simon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, North 

Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1968, University 

of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 
Cohen, Barry Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. North Shore 

University Hospital. A.B. 1968, New York University; 

M.D. 1972, Harvard Medical School. 
Cohen, Barton Eliot. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 

Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1971, New York 

University; M.D. 1975, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Cohen, Daniel I. A. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biostatistics in Psychiatry. A.B. 1967, Princeton 
University; M.A. 1970, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1975, 
Harvard University. 

Cohen, David E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1958, Brandeis University; M.D. 1962, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Cohen, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1957, Columbia University; M.D. 1961, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Eugene Jerrin. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1933, University of Wisconsin; M.S. 1934, 
University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1938, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Cohen, Harris L. Associate Professor of Radiology. 

Associate Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Cohen, Jacob L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A. 1957, Syracuse University; M.D. 1961, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 



Cohen. Jacques. Associate Professor of Embryology in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1974, National 
University of Leiden (Netherlands); M S 1978, National 
University of Leiden (Netherlands); Ph.D. 1982, 
Medical Faculty of Rotterdam (Netherlands). 

Cohen, Jonathan Charles. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1981, Trinity College; M.A. 1985, Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1990, Fordham University. 

Cohen, Lawrence. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1968, Indiana University; M.D. 1971, Indiana University 
School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Martin V. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1965, Union College; M.S. 1967, 
University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1974, New York 
LIniversity. 

Cohen, Michael Lloyd. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. A.B. 1963, Syracuse University; 

M.D. 1967, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Syracuse. 
Cohen, Neill Scott. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1977, State University of New York at Albany; 

Psy.D. 1983. Rutgers-The State University of New 

Jersey. 

Cohen, Richard Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, Clark University; M.D. 1975. 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Cohen, Ronald Barry. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Ruth P. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Vassar College; M.D. 1967, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Sandra Kopit. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Radcliffe College; M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical School. 

Cohen, Susan Lea. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1982, Union College; M.D. 1984, Albany 
Medical College. 

Cohen, Todd Jay. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.A. 
1981, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1985, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Cohler, Jonas. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, University of Michigan; M.A. 1958, 
Harvard University; Ph.D. 1962, Harvard University 

Cohn, Barbara E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology 
Associate Attending Radiologist, St. Barnabas Medical 
Center. A.B. 1963, Barnard College; M.D. 1967, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Cohn, Zanvil A. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 1949, 
Bates College; M.D. 1953, Harvard Medical School. 

Coit, Daniel Grosvenor. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, Yale University; M.D. 1976, 
LJniversity of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 



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Colatsky, Thomas John. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1972, Georgetown 
University; Ph.D. 1977, State University of New York at 
Buffalo. 

Cole, James R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Orthopedic 
Surgeon to Out-Patient Department, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. A.B. 1961, Princeton University; M.D. 
1965, Columbia University College of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 

Cole, William Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 
(Courtesy). Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Surgery 
(Courtesy) Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, City College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1980, New York 
I (niversity School of Medicine 

Coleman, D. Jackson. John Milton McLean Professor of 
Ophthalmology (chairman). Ophthalmologist-in-Chief, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1956, Union College; 
M.D. I960, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Coleman, John William. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. A.B. I960, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1964, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Coleman, Morton. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1963. Medical College 
of Virginia. 

Coll, Raymond H. Clinical Associate Professor of Neurol- 
ogy. Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1961, University of Witwatersrand 
(South Africa). 

Collins, Allen H. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, Lenox Hill Hospital. Associate 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1964, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1968, Tufts University 
School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1974, Columbia University. 

Concannon, Patrick Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1951, Fordham University; M.D. 1955, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Conney, David Howard. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Brown 
University; M.A. 1980, Oxford University (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1983, University of Chicago Pritzker 
School of Medicine. 

Connolly, C. Stephen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Fordham University; M.D. 1959, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Connor, Bradley Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, University of 
Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Connor, Thomas Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, St. Francis College; M.D. 1966, 
University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery 
(Italy). 

Conovitz, Myron William. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1954, Yale University; M.D. 1958, 
Harvard Medical School. 



Conrad, Patricia. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Syracu 
University; M.D. 1970, Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Cooke, Joseph T. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assista 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981. 
New York University; M.D. 1985, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Cooney, Brendan Michael. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Orthodontist), New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Siena 
College: D.D.S. 1984, Georgetown University School 
Dentristy; M.S. 1988, Georgetown University. 

Cooper, Arnold M. The Stephen P. Tobin and Dr. Arnold 
M. Cooper Professor in Consultation Liaison Psychiat 
Professor of Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1943. Columbia University; M.D. 
1947, University of Utah College of Medicine. 

Cooper, Arthur J. L. Research Professor of Biochemistry. 
Research Professor of Biochemistry in Neuroscience. 
B.S. 1967, Northern Polytechnic, London University 
(United Kingdom); M.S. 1969, Imperial College of 
Science and Technology, London (United Kingdom) 
Ph.D. 1974, Cornell University; D.Sc. 1986, London 
University (United Kingdom). 

Cooper, David J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Syracuse University; M.D. 1983, 
New York Medical College. 

Cooper, Eugene Mark. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. I960, Northwestern Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1964, Northwestern University Medical 
School. 

Cooper, Louis Marcus. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Queens 
College, City University of New York; D.D.S. 1975, 
New York University College of Dentistry. 

Cooper. Maura C. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1983, Bryn Mawr College; M.D. 1987, Cornell 
LIniversity Medical College. 

Cooper, Robert Bruce. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B 

1977, Fordham University; M.D. 1981, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Cooper, William Charles. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmo 

ogy. Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital 

B. S. 1953, Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1956, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Cooperman, Leslie B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1963, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1967, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Cooperman, Sheila Ann. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Kalamazoo College; M.A. 1974, Michigan State 
University; M.D. 1982, American University of the 
Caribbean, Montserrat (West Indies). 

Coplan, Neil Lawrence. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Cornell University; M.D. 1980, University 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



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Cordon-Cardo, Carlos. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Experimental Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1974, 
Santa Ana College (Spain); M.D. 1980, Universidad 
Autonoma Barcelona (Spain); Ph.D. 1985, Cornell 
University. 

Cordone. Robert Paul. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 
1980, New York University School of Medicine. 

Corn, Lester Roy. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, Long Island University; M.D. 1955, 
University of Lausanne Faculty of Medicine (Switzer- 
land). 

Cornell, Charles Nelson. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Associate Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon. Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Williams College; M.D. 1980, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Corp, Eric S. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. B.A. 1969, California State University, Los 
Angeles; M.S. 1972, California State University, Los 
Angeles; Ph.D. 1986, University of Washington. 

Corriel, Robert Neil. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Case 
Western Reserve University; M.A. 1973, Case Western 
Reserve University; M.D. 1976, Bowman Gray School 
of Medicine. 

Cortese, Armand F. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 

1954, Columbia University; M.D. 1958, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Counce, James Stephen. Instructor in Surgery 

(Cardiothoracic). Thoracic Surgeon (Cardiothoracic), 

New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, University of Arkansas; 

M.D. 1986, LIniversity of Arkansas College of Medicine. 
Covit. Andrew B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

B.A. 1975, Hofstra University; M.D. 1979, State 

University of New York Health Science Center at 

Brooklyn. 

Cowburn, David. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. B.S. 1965, University of Manchester (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1970, University of London (United 
Kingdom); D.Sc. 1982, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 

Cox, Denton Sayer. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1948, Yale University; M.D. 1952, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Cox, Kathryn Ann. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1971, University 
of Michigan; M.D. 1975, University of Michigan Medical 
School. 

Cramer, Jean Abel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1947, Barnard College; M.D. 1950, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Cramer, Marvin Fdward. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1969, Jefferson Medical College. 



Crandall, Edward David. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
B.E. I960, Cooper Union; M.S. 1962, Northwestern 
LIniversity; Ph.D. 1964, Northwestern LJniversity; M.D. 
1972, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Creatura, Chris. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1986, Harvard Medical School. 

Crow, John F. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1965, Davidson College; M.D. 1969, Baylor College 
of Medicine. 

Crow, Mary Kuntz. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician. Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Manhattanville College; M.D. 1978, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Crowley, Kathryn Ann. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1976, Georgetown University; M.D. 1980, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Crown, John Paul A. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.B.B.S. 1980, University College, Dublin 
(Ireland); B.S. 1982, University College, Dublin 
(Ireland). 

Cruvant, David. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1972, University of Rochester; 

M.D. 1976, St. Louis University School of Medicine. 
Crystal, Kenneth Scott. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Rochester; 

M.D. 1981, University of Rochester School of Medicine 

and Dentistry. 

Cubells, Joseph Faustino. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.S. 1986, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1988, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University; Ph.D. 1988, Yeshiva University. 

Cucin, Robert Louis. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Plastic 
Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Cornell University; M.D. 
1971, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cummins, Francis Mitchell. Clinical Professor of Radiology. 
Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1942, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1945, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cunningham, Thomas F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1979, St. John's University; 
M.D. 1983, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cunningham-Rundles, Susanna. Associate Professor of 
Immunology in Pediatrics. B.S. 1963, Duke University; 
Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Curnovv. Kathleen Margaret. Instructor in Pediatrics. Ph D 
1990, University of Melbourne (Australia I 

Currie, Violante E. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1967, University ol 
Illinois College of Medicine. 

Curry, William Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1964, New York University; M.D. 1968, 
Howard University College of Medicine. 



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Curtin, John Patrick. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1975, Creighton University; M.D. 1979, Creighton 
University School of Medicine. 

Curtis, Gabriel George. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital 
B.S. 1957, Fordham University; M.D. 1962, New York 
Medical College. 

Cutler. Lawrence Earle. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Wayne 
State University; M.D. 1980, University of Chicago 
Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Dabbs, Edwin Gerald. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Texas Technological University; 
M.D. 1962, University of Texas Southwestern Medical 
School. 

Daghighian, Farhad. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Physicist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.S. 1980, University of 
California, Irvine; Ph.D. 1987, University of California, 
Irvine. 

Dahl, J. Robert. Assistant Professor of Biophysics in 
Medicine. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Marist College; M.S. 
1983, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1990, 
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. 

Dain, Norman. Adjunct Professor of History in Psychiatry. 
B.A. 1953, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.S. 1957, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1961, 
Columbia University. 

Daines, Richard F. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Utah State University; M.D. 1978, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Dalecki, Paul Henry. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Attending Anesthesiologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear and 
Throat Hospital. B.S. 1973, State University of New 
York at Buffalo; M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Dalrymple, Gisela T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1947, Cornell Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1951, Women's Medical College of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

D'Amato, Richard Frank. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Microbiology. Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology. 
Adjunct Staff, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and 
Queens. B.S. 1967, St. John's University; M.S. 1970, 
Long Island LIniversity; Ph.D. 1973, St. John's Univer- 
sity. 

Danes, Betty Shannon. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1948, Mount Holyoke College; M.A. 
1949, University of Texas Medical School at Galveston; 
Ph.D. 1952, University of Iowa; M.D. 1962, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Daniells, Helen Elizabeth. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1937, Barnard College; M.D. 1941, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Daniels, Farrington, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Professor Emeritus of Public Health. Honorary Staff, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, University of Wisconsin; 
M.A. 1942, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1943, 
Harvard Medical School; M.P.H. 1952, Harvard 
LJniversity. 



Dannenberg, Andrew Jess. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1978, Tufts University; M.D. 1982, University of 
Washington School of Medicine 

Danyluk, Andrew Walter. Clinical Instructor in Ophthal- 
mology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. Assistant 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A 

1977, Rutgers State University, Newark; M.D. 1981, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Darnell, Robert B. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Neurolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1985, Washington University School 
of Medicine; M.D. 1985. Washington University School 
of Medicine. 

Darrigan, Thomas Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1959, University of 
Maryland; D.D.S. 1963, University of Maryland. 

Dash, Barbara Ann. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, City 
College, City University of New York; M.A. 1971, 
Hunter College. City University of New York; M.D. 

1978, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Da Silva. Moacyr M. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Pathologist. Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Colegio Sao Joao (Brazil); M.D. 1981. Federal 
University, Rio Grande Sul (Brazil). 

Datta. Moitri Nath. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M B. B.S. 1974, BJ Medical College, Gujarat 
University (India). 

Daum, Fredric. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Harvard University; M.D. 1967, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

David, Jonathan. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1984, 
Harvard LIniversity; M.D. 1988, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Davidoff-Hirsch, Helen. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, Radcliffe College; M.D. 1953, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Davidovicz, Herman M. Assistant Professor of 
Neuropsychology in Neurology. Allied Health 
Professions Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.A. 1972, Hofstra University; Ph.D. 
1974, Hofstra University. 

Davies, Edward A. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1957, New York LIniversity School of 
Medicine. 

Davis, E. William, Jr. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1947, Wesleyan University; 
M.D. 1951, Cornell University Medical College. 



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Davis, Jerome George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1935, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1939, University of 
Arkansas College of Medicine. 

Davis, Jessica G. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1955, Wellesley College; M.D. 1959, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Da\ is, John Mihran. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. 

Associate Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. A.B. 

1968, Columbia University; M.D. 1972, Wayne State 

University School of Medicine. 
Davis, Owen Kidder. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 

Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 

Swarthmore College; M.D. 1982, Bowman Gray School 

of Medicine. 

Davis, Sanders W. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rehabili- 
tation Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Southern Methodist University; 
B.S. 1961, Southern Methodist University; M.D. 1965, 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Davis, Sheila Dotson. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1976, Harvard University; M.D. 1980, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Dayan, Peter Samuel. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1985, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1989, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Deane, Leland M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1974, Union College; M.D. 1978, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

DeAngelis, Lisa M. Associate Professor of Neurology. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Neurolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Wellesley College; 
M.D. 1980, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Deb, Siddhartha. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 
1979, RG Kar Medical College of Calcutta University 
(India). 

Deck, Michael D. F. Professor of Radiology (acting 
chairman). Radiologist-in-Chief, New York Hospital. 
Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.B.B.S. 1961, University of Sydney (Australia). 

Decker, Robert Edward. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1959, Temple University; M.D. 1963, Temple 
University School of Medicine. 

Deckoff, Stephen L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Senior 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1943, Yale University; M.D. 1947, 
Harvard Medical School. 

DeCosse, Jerome Joseph. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1948, College of St. 
Thomas; M.D. 1952, University of Minnesota Medical 
School; Ph.D. 1969, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 



Degann, Sona M. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology Assistant Attending obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, American 
University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.S. 1976, University of 
Michigan; M.D. 1983, Johns Hopkins 1 niversit} School 
of Medicine. 

DeGennaro, Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
Wagner College; M.D. 1983, University of Oklahoma 
College of Medicine. 

Degnan, Thomas J. Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital 
B.S. 1952, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; 
M.D. 1956, New York Medical College. 

DeHovitz, Jack Alan. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. B.S. 1974, University of California, Davis; 
M.P.H. 1975, University of Texas School of Public 
Health; M.D. 1980, University of Texas Medical School 
at Galveston. 

Deitrick, John English. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1929, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1933. Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Deland, Jonathan Thorndike. Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Harvard University; M.D. 1980, 
Columbia LIniversity College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

DeLaPaz, Robert Louis. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Radiolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of 
California, Berkeley; M.D. 1976, University of Utah 
College of Medicine. 

De Leon, Renato A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinic. il 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. I960, University of 
Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Delli Bovi, Barbara Ann. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Trinity College for 
Women; M.D. 1968, University of Rome (Italy). 

Deltito, Joseph Anthony. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1975, Brown University; M.D. 1979, 
Brown University Program in Medicine. 

de Luise, Vincent P. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. B.S. 1973. Princeton University; M.D. 
1977, Cornell University Medical College. 

Delvalle. Oscar E. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1968, University ot Costa 
Rica Faculty of Medicine. 

DeMarco, Linda Cheryl. Assistant Professor of Medicine 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.D. 1982. University of Rome Faculty of Medicine 
(Italy). 

DeMayo, Alan Philip. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1953, Albany Medical College. 

Dembner, Alan G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiol- 
ogy. Associate Attending Physician, St. Barnabas 
Medical Center. Assistant Attending Radiologist, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. A.B. 1969, Clark University; 
M.D. 1973, Tufts University School of Medicine. 



126 Faculty of the Medical College 



Denowitz, Jill Grossman. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1984, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1988, Albert Einstein College 
of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Denton, John Roe. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1960, United States Military 
Academy; M.D. 1967, University of Alabama School of 
Medicine. 

DePalo, Angelo Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1949, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1953, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

DePasquale, Eugene Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. A.B. 1969, Kenyon College; M.D. 1973, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Deri, Peter C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, University of Vermont; M.A. 1968, 
New School for Social Research; Ph.D. 1978, New York 
University. 

DeRisi, Dwight Carlton. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Seton Hall University; 
M.D. 1973, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Dershaw, D. David. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1970, Trinity 
College; M.D. 1974, Jefferson Medical College. 

De Sanctis, Peter N. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, New York University; M.D. 

1962, Boston University School of Medicine. 
Deschamps, Armando R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Vera Cruz College (Mexico); M.D. 
1959, National School of Medicine (Mexico). 

Desiderio, Dawn Patricia. Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Adelphi 
University; M.D. 1980, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

de Silva, Anthony M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, 
University of Ceylon (Sri Lanka); M.B.B.S. 1963, 
University of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). 

de Sousa, Maria A. B. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. M.D. 

1963, University of Lisbon (Portugal); Ph.D. 1971, 
University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). 

De Stefano, Louis Joseph. Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Columbia University; 
M.S. 1979, University of Miami; Ph.D. 1981, University 
of Miami. 

Dettelbach, Harold R. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physiology in Medicine. B.A. 1948, Roosevelt Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. 1952, University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Deucher, Richard Stephen. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1966, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1968, Northwestern University Medical 
School. 



Deutch, Beth Mona. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Clinical Assistant Radiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1982, Brown University; M.D. 
1986, Johns Hopkins LIniversity School of Medicine. 

Deutsch, Andrea. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
C.W. Post College; M.S.W. 1982, University of 
Michigan; M.A. 1986, Long Island University; Ph.D. 
1989, Long Island University. 

Deutsch, Paul Jan. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine 

A. B. 1975, Harvard University; M.A. 1979, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College 
of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Devereux, Richard Blyton. Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Yale University; M.D. 1971, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

DeVita, Maria Virginia. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 1980. 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1984, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

De Vita, Vincent T., Jr. Professor of Medicine. Physician-in- 
Chiefj Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1957, College of William and Mary; M.D. 1961, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Dhawan, Vijay. Associate Physicist in Neuroscience. 
Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Delhi College of Engineering 
(India); M.S. 1974, Polytechnic Institute of New York; 
Ph.D. 1980, Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Diamond, Diana. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Wesleyan University; M.A. 1974, 
University of Massachusetts; M.S. 1981, University of 
Massachusetts; Ph.D. 1985, University of Massachusetts. 

Diamond, Monroe Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1938, Yale University; M.D. 1942, 
University of Virginia School of Medicine. 

DiBianco, Joseph T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955. New York 
University; M.D. I960, University of Bologna Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

DiCarlo, Edward Frederick. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1976, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1981, Pennsylvania State University 
College of Medicine. 

Diener, Jakow G. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A. 1969, Cornell University; M.D. 1973, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Diethelm, Oskar. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 1923, 
University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Dietrich, Jeanne Carolan. Clinical Instructor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Mercy College; M.A. 1978, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, Fordham University. 

Dietrich, Richard A. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1966, Miami University; M.D. 1972, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 



Faculty of the Medical College 127 



Dietzek. Alan M. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1977, State University of New York at Albany; 
M.D. 1983, Loyola University Stritch School of 
Medicine. 

Dieudonne-Eid, Isabelle. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 
\s>ist.mt Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1978. Universite Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium); 
M.D. 1982. Universite Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). 

Di Gangi, Mary V. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1960, Cornell University; M.D. 1964, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

DiLello. Edmund Joseph, Jr. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1972, St. Peter's 
College; M.D. 1976, Chicago Medical School. 

DiLello. Edmund Joseph, Sr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.B. 1943, Columbia 
College; M.D. 1945, Middlesex University College of 
Medicine. 

Dillon. David C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist. North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Canisius College; M.D. 1974, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

DiMaio-Hunter, Ann Mary. Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Barnard College; M.D. 1983. State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Dincsoy, Hosoon Park. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1949, Korea University 
College of Medicine (Korea). 

Dines, David Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon. North Shore 
University Hospital. Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon. Hospital for Special Surgery'. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Lehigh University; M.D. 1974, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Ding, Aihao. Associate Professor of Biochemistry in 
Medicine. B.S. 1969, Beijing University (China); Ph.D. 
1984, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Dinner. Miles H. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Dittmar, Klaus. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1957, University of Heidelberg 
(Germany). 

Dittmar, Steffi. Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
I960, Duesseldorf Medical Academy (Germany). 

Divgi, Chaitanya R. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M B. B.S. 1976, Bangalore 
University Medical College (India); M.S. 1987, New 
York University. 



Dmitrovsky, Ethan. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Doherty, Robert J. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital A.B. 
1963, New York University; D.D.S. 1969, New York 
University College of Dentistry. 

Doller, Jane B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
\ssistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1981, State University of New York 
at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Donatelli, Anthony. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. North Shore 
L'niversity Hospital. B.A. 1973. Columbia University; 
M.D. 1980, University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine 
and Surgery (Italy). 

Donnenfeld, Eric D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant Attending Ophthal- 
mologist, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1977, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1980, Dartmouth Medical 
School. 

Donovan, Virginia Marilyn. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1976, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 

1981, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 
Dorfman, Sally Faith. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1971, Radcliffe 
College; M.S. 1976, Stanford University; M.D. 1976, 
Stanford University School of Medicine. 

Dougherty, James Bernard. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1980, Pennsylvania State University, 
Hershey Medical Center. 

Dougherty. John D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. B.A. 1955, University of Kansas; M.D. 1958, 
University of Kansas College of Health Sciem^s 
M.P.H. 1965, Harvard School of Public Health; 
D.Sc.Hyg. 1969, Harvard School of Public Health. 

Doughlin, Geoffrey Kenneth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Physician. Jamaica Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. M B. B.S. 1973, 
University of the West Indies Faculty of Medicine 
(Jamaica). 

Douglas, Montgomery Bernard. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1983. 
University of Hartford; M.D. 1986, Cornell University- 
Medical College. 

Douglas. R. Gordon, Jr. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1955. 
Princeton University; M.D. 1959, Cornell Universitj 
Medical College. 

Doundoulakis, James. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist ( ProMhodoniisi i 
New York Hospital. B.S. \ l ) . University of Massachu- 
setts; M.S. 1982, University of Pennsylvania; D.M.D. 

1982, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental 
Medicine. 

Downey, Kathleen Bernadette. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, American University; M.A. 1976, 
New School for Social Research; M.D. 1983, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 



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Downey, Margaret Kelly. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Scripps College; M IX 1981. 
Chicago Medical School. 

Doyle, Patricia Ruth. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate. New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Dowling College; M.A. 1976, Long Island 
University; Ph.D. 1987, Hofstra University. 

Doyle, Thomas Leonard, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1946, Fordham University; M.D. 1949, 
Cornell University Medical College 

Dresdale, Robert Jay. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. bXiK. Brown University; M.D. 
1972, Columbia LIniversity College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Drewnowski, Adam. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1970. Oxford University 
(United Kingdom); M.A. 1971, Oxford University 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1977, Rockefeller University. 
Drexler, Andrew Jay. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1972, New York University School of Medicine- 
Dreyfus, Joseph Claude, III. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, Lehigh University; M.D. 1968, 
Columbia LIniversity College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Driscoll, Mary Catherine. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1968, Fairleigh Dickinson University; M.D. 1974, 
Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Dropkin, Lloyd Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1966, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1970, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Drusin, Lewis Martin. Professor of Clinical Public Health. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1960, 
Union College; M.D. 1964, Cornell University Medical 
College; M.P.H. 1974, Columbia University. 

Dublin, Morris. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, McGill University (Canada); M.S. 
1971, Eastern Michigan University; Ph.D. 1974, 
University of Oklahoma Health Science Center; M.D. 
1982, University of Rome Faculty of Medicine (Italy). 

Duch, Daniel N. S. Assistant Professor of Physiology in 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1974, New York University; M.S. 1977, 
Colorado State University; Ph.D. 1986, Colorado State 
LIniversity. 

Dulit, Rebecca Ann. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1975, Harvard University; M.D. 1985, Mount Sinai 

School of Medicine. 
Dunbar, Charles Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Georgetown University; 

M.D. 1954, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 
Dunbar, Howard Stanford. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Surgery (Neurosurgery). Honorary Staff, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1941, Cornell University; M.D. 1944, 

Cornell University Medical College. 



Duncan, Eva. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant Adjunct 
Pediatrician, Lenox Hill Hospital. M.D. 1980, Hebrew 
University Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Dunietz, Jack. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 1976, St. Louis 
LIniversity School of Medicine. 

Dupuis, Andre. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1957, University of Montreal (Canada); M.D. 1962, 
University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Durkin, John T. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1978, Case Western Reserve 
LIniversity; Ph.D. 1986, Harvard University. 

Dusenbury, Linda Anne. Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Public Health. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1981, University of Vermont; M.A. 
1982, University of Vermont; Ph.D. 1984, University of 
Vermont. 

Dutta, Purabi. Assistant Professor of Nutrition in Medicine. 
Assistant Laboratory Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Dhaka University 
(Bangladesh); M.S. 1972, Medical College of Pennsylva- 
nia; Ph.D. 1976, University of Missouri. 

duVigneaud, Vincent, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1955, Cornell University; M.D. 1959, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Duvoisin, Robert Michael. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology in Ophthalmology. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.S. 1979, University of Geneva 
(Switzerland); Ph.D. 1987, University of Geneva 
(Switzerland). 

Dworetzky, Murray. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1938, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1942, Long Island 
College of Medicine; M.S. 1950, University of Minne- 
sota. 

Dyson, Anne E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1969, New York University; M.D. 1977, New York 
Medical College. 

Dziewanowska, Zofia E. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. M.D. 1963. Academy of Medicine, Szczecin 
(Poland); Ph.D. 1969, Academy of Medicine. Wroclaw 
(Poland). 

Easton, Joan Gay. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Syracuse University; M.D. 1957, 
New York Medical College. 

Ebrahimzadeh, Adeleh. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Ph.D. 1965. University of Cologne (Ger- 
many). 

Echevarria, Juan Carlos. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1975, 
Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad. Peruana 
"Cayetano Heredia" (Peru). 

Edberg, Jeffrey Carl. Instructor of Biochemistry in 
Medicine. Assistant Scientist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1984, University of Illinois; M.D. 1988, 
University of Virginia. 

Eddleman, Keith Arnold. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, University 
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; M.D. 1985, Bowman 
Gray School of Medicine. 



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Edelman, Martin J. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1956, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1960, Cornell University Medical College. 

Edelson, Paul J. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Associate 
Professor of Pediatrics in Microbiology. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1964, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1969, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Edelson, Stuart R. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, New York University; M.D. 1959, 
University of Louisville School of Medicine. 

Edelstein, Barbara Fiedler. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate. New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Bucknell 
University; M.D. 1960. Hahnemann Medical College. 

Edelstein, David Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon, Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1980, Boston University 
School of Medicine. 

Edelstein, Martin Peter. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1965, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D.C.M. 1971, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Eden, Alvin N. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1948. Columbia College; M.D. 1952, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Edersheim, Terri Gallen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Edis, Gloria T. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1959, Cornell University; M.D. 1963, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Edmonds. Chris Randal. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1981, State University 
of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1986, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Edwards, Adrian L. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1955, Wagner College; M.D. I960. 
Howard University College of Medicine. 

Ehlers, Kathryn Hawes. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1953, Bryn Mawr College; M.D. 1957, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Ehrenberg, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1977, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Ehrenpreis, Robin Ostrowitz. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 
1981, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Ehrlich, Alvin N. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1956, Lafayette College; M.D. I960, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Eichler, Milton. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1949, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Eichler, Seth. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
B.A. 1974, State University of New York at Buffalo; 
M.D. 1978, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Eid, Jean-Francois. Assistant Professor of Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Brown University; M.D. 1982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Eidelberg, David M. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Professor of Neurology in Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1977, Columbia University; M.D. 1981, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Einbinder, Eli. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1965, McGill University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1967, 
McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Eisen, Arthur. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, New York University; M.D. 1957, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Eisenberg, M. Michael. Professor of Surgery. Attending, 
Surgery. Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 1952, New York 
University; M.D. 1956, Harvard Medical School. 

Eisenberg, Morton S. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1941, Temple University; M.D. 1944, 
Temple University School of Medicine. 

Eisenmenger, William Joseph. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. B.S. 1937, Fordham University; M.D. 1941, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Eisenstadt, Katie. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1967, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1980, Fordham 
University. 

Eisma, Alejandro Albarracin. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 

A.A. 1962, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines); 

M.D. 1968, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 
Elias, Arthur Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 

Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Brandeis 

University; D.M.D. 1967, Harvard University. 
Elias, Birgit Kaethe. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1971, 

Albert-Ludwig University (Germany). 
Elice, Michael Warren. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Syracuse University; 

M.D. 1976, Chicago Medical School. 
Elkon, Keith B. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 

Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1974, 

University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 
F.llenbogen, Leon. Adjunct Professor of Nutrition in 

Medicine. B.S 19 l9, City College-. Citv I nivcrsilv nt 

New York; M.S. 1951, New York University; Ph.D. 

1954, Indiana University. 
Ellis, George Caldwell. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1970, Brown University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University 

Medical College. 



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Ellis, John Taylor. David D. Thompson Professor Emeritus 
of Pathology (chairman). Pathologist-in-Chief, New 
York Hospital. Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, Jamaica Hospital. 
B.A. 1942, University of Texas; M.D. 1945, Northwest- 
ern University Medical School 

Ellsworth, Robert M. Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1948, Princeton University; M.D. 1952, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Emancipator, Kenneth. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1979, Harvard University; M.D. 1983, St. Louis 

• University School of Medicine. 

Eng, Angie Man-Chi. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1983, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1985, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Eng, Elaine Leong. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. B.A. 
1976, Princeton University; M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Engel, Murray. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1972, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Engle, Mary Allen. Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics. Starvos 
S. Niarchos Professor Emeritus of Pediatric Cardiology. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1942, Baylor 
University; M.D. 1945, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Engle, Ralph Landis, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Professor Emeritus of Public Health. Honorary Staff, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1942, University of Florida; 
M.D. 1945, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

English, Joseph T. Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry. A.B. 
1954, St. Joseph's University; M.D. 1958, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Enker, Warren Edward. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1962, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1967, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Ennis, William Joseph, III. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1983, Villanova University; 
M.D. 1988, St. George's University School of Medicine 
(Grenada). 

Enscoe, Ingegerd. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. M.D. 1976, State University of New 

York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Epstein, Joseph A. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 

1938, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1942, Long Island College of Medicine. 
Epstein, Marcia E. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1979, 

Brandeis University; M.D. 1983, Harvard Medical 

School. 

Epstein, Nancy E. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard College; M.D. 1976, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



Erde, Steven M. Assistant Professor of Pathology. Assistant 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978. 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.A. 
1980, Columbia University; M.Phil. 1981, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1984, Columbia University; M.D. 
1 ( )86, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Erlandson, Robert A. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Electron Microscopist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1959, New York 
University; M.S. 1963, Long Island University; Ph.D. 
1969, Cornell University. 

Erlanger, Herbert L. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1945, Columbia University; M.D. 1949, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Erlanger, Steven M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1964, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1968, New 
York Medical College. 

Erie, Henry Ralph. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1954. Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Erlebacher, Jay Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.S. 1971, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1975, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Ernst, Alfred Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. M.D. 1941, Long 
Island College of Medicine. 

Errico, Michael J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1961, 
Yale University; M.D. 1965, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Esernio-Jenssen, Debra. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1982, University of Rochester School 
of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Eskreis, David Samuel. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1982, George Washington University 
School of Medicine. 

Esman, Aaron H. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1945, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1947, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Espinoza, Jesus Isabel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1964, University of San Marcos (Peru). 

Etingin, Orli R. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Johns Hopkins LIniversity; M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Ettinger, Edwin. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1955, Columbia University; M.D. 1962, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Evanov, Frank A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, Fordham University; M.D. 1974, 
New York University School of Medicine. 



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F\ .ins, John Arthur. Professor Emeritus of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist. New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1931. New York 
University; M.D. 1935, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Ewing. Kenneth Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1955, University of San Carlos 
(Guatemala); M.D. 1963, University of San Carlos 
(Guatemala). 

Exelby, Philip Randall. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Pediatric Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1951, The Queen's College (United Kingdom); 
M.A. 1952, The Queen's College (United Kingdom); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1954, University College Hospital Medical 
School (United Kingdom). 

Fagin, James Clifford. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Cornell University; M.D. 1976, 
University of Brussels (Belgium). 

Fahey. Thomas Joseph, Jr. Associate Dean. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1959, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Fair, William Robert. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 
1956, Philadelphia College of Pharmacology and 
Science; M.D. 1960, Jefferson Medical College. 

Fairclough. Gordon Franklin, Jr. Associate Dean. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Biochemistry. Associate Professor 
of Clinical Biochemistry in Pathology. B.A. I960, Yale 
University; Ph.D. 1966, Yale University. 

Faick-Pedersen, Erik S. Associate Professor of Microbiol- 
ogy. B.A. 1976, North Central College; Ph.D. 1982, 
University of Illinois, Chicago Circle. 

Falcone, Domenick J. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 

1975, Queens College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1981, Cornell University. 

Falk, George Alan. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. I960, Harvard University; M.D. 1964, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Fallowes, Lloyd. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1955, University of Rochester; M.D. 1959, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Fantini, Gary A. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Vascular Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.A. 1979, Boston University; M.D. 
1983, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Farahani, Gholamali. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1965, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Farber, Bruce F. Associate Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Northwestern University; M.D. 

1976, Northwestern University Medical School. 



Farber, Charles S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, New York University; M.D. 1978. 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Farber, Ellen A. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Tulane University; Ph.D. 1983, 
University of Minnesota. 

Farber, Stanley. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital 

A. B. 1945, Columbia University; M.D. 1948, New York 
Medical College. 

Farina, Anthony Thomas. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

B. A. 1962, St. Peter's College; M.D. 1966, State 
University of New York at Buffalo. 

Farmer, Peter Michael. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1969, Jefferson Medical College. 

Farr, Hollon Woodhull. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1939, Yale University; M.D. 1942, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Farrat, Jorge Adalberto. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1977, 
Hunter College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1981. Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Fass, Daniel Eric. Assistant Professor of Radiation 

Oncology in Medicine. Assistant Attending Radiation 
Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1983, Howard University College of Medicine. 

Fastenberg, David Michael. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1973, State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Fastovsky, Ivgenija. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. M.D. 
1962, Dnyepropetrovsky University Medical School. 

Fath, Robert B., Jr. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1973, Kenyon College; M.D. 1978, 
University of Mississippi School of Medicine. 

Fatica, Nunzia. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, Hospital lor Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1972, University of Pavia (Italy); M.D. 
1976, University of Pavia (Italy). 

Feder, Samuel L. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1937. Harvard 
University; M.D. 1941, Harvard Medical School. 

Feigelson, Carolyn. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. I960, Brandeis University; Ph.D. 1972, University 
of Chicago. 

Feinberg, Arthur W. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital 
B.A. 1943, Columbia University; M.D. 1945, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Feinberg, Daniel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.S. 1958, Tufts University; M.D. 1962, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



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Feinberg, HalbertJ. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Feinberg, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor oi Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Senior Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1969, Cornell University; M.D. 1973, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Feingold, Brian David. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1984, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1987, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Feingold, Robert Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

B. A. 1985, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1988, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Feinstein. Douglas Lawrence. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1977, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; Ph.D. 1984, Johns Hopkins University. 

Feinstein. Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. I960, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1964, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Feinstein, Steven David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1966, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Feld, Randy Jay. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician. North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 1981, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Felice, Alfred James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, Cornell University; M.D. 1959, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Felig, David Marshall. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1984, 
Yale University; M.D. 1988, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Fels, Anna O'Coner Sloane. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Radcliffe College; M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical School. 

Felsen, Diane. Associate Research Professor of Pharmacol- 
ogy in Surgery. B.A. 1974, Queens College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1979, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Fensterheim, Herbert. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1941, New York University; M.A. 1942, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1958, New York University. 

Fenton, Arnold N. Edie and Marvin Schur Distinguished 
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1941, Lafayette College; M.D. 1944, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Fernandez., Jose Luis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1979, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1984, New York University School of Medicine. 



Ferry, John Joseph, Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brown University; M.D. 1976, 
Brown University Program in Medicine; M B A. 1982, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Fetten, James Vincent. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.S. 

1979, Seton Hall University; M.D. 1983, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Feuer, Ezra H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist. North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1974, New York 
Medical College. 

Fidel, Neil. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1962, St. 
Lawrence University; M.D. 1967, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Fields, Theodore Robert. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1976. State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fierstein, David I. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1983, Columbia University; M.D. 1987, New York 
Medical College. 

Figgie. Mark Phillips. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1977, Bucknell University; B.S. 1978, 
Lake Erie College; M.D. 1981, Case Western Reserve 
University School of Medicine. 

Filippa, Daniel Alberto. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1963. Faculty of 
Medicine Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina). 

Fine, Jeffrey S. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Fine, Jerome L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1950, New York University; M.A. 
1958, Columbia University, Teachers College; Ph.D. 
1964, Columbia University. 

Finger, Paul Theodore. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology in Radiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1978, Tulane University; M.D. 
1982, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Finkel, Madelon Lubin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Public Health. B.A. 1971, New York University; Ph.D. 

1980, New York University. 

Finkelstein, Jerome Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Jamaica 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York University; M.D. 1976, 
George Washington University School of Medicine. 

Finkelstein, Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Finkelstein, Michael Brian. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Associate Adjunct Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 
1982, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1986, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



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Finlay, Jonathan Lester. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, University of 
Birmingham (United Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 1973. 
University of Birmingham (United Kingdom). 

Finn, Ronald Dennet. Professor of Physics in Radiology. 
Attending Radiochemist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1966, Worcester Polytechnic 
Institute; Ph.D. 1971, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 
State University. 

Fins, Joseph Jack. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1986, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Fischbarg, Zulema F. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1960, University of Buenos Aires Faculty 
of Medicine (Argentina). 

Fischer. Mary Ellen. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, State University of 
New York at Albany; M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fischman, Donald Alan. Senior Associate Dean. Harvey 
Klein Professor of Biomedical Sciences. Professor of 
Cell Biology and Anatomy (chairman). B.A. 1957, 
Kenyon College; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Fischman, Lawrence Gerson. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1977, Stanford University; M.D. 1981, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fish, Lawrence Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Alfred University; 
M.S. 1966, Adelphi University; M.D. 1972, University of 
Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Fisher, Jeffrey David. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 1976, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Fisher, Laura L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Brown University; M.D. 1984, Brown University 
Program in Medicine. 

Fisher, Martin Mandell. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1975, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fisher, Stanley Ellis. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 

1966, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1969, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Fisher, Yale Lloyd. Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Cornell University; M.D. 

1967, Cornell University Medical College. 

Fishier, Priscilla H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Sarah Lawrence 
College; M A. 1983, Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1985, 
Yeshiva University. 



Fishman, Baruch. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Concordia University 
(Canada); Ph.D. 1984, University of Pennsylvania. 

Fishman, Jack. Professor of Biochemistry in Surgery-. B.A. 
1950, Yeshiva University; M.S. 1952, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1955, Wayne State University. 

Fishman, Patricia M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. B.S. 1976, University of Windsor (Canada); 
M.D. 1980, University of Illinois College of Medicine. 

Fishman, Taryn. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, New York 
University; M.D. 1984, New York Medical College. 

Fitzgerald, Michael Patrick. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Fordham University; M.D. 1978, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick J. Visiting Professor of Pathology. B.S. 

1936, University of Massachusetts; M.D. 1940, Tufts 
University School of Medicine; M A. 1968. Oxford 
University (United Kingdom). 

Fitzgerald, Robert J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1956, Fordham University; M.D. I960, New York 
Medical College. 

Fitzpatrick, Mary M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Manhattanville College; M.A. 1965, Syracuse University; 
Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Flach, Frederic Francis. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1947, St. Peters College; M.D. 1951, Cornell 
Llniversity Medical College. 

Flaum, Marta P. Clinical Instaictor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Goucher College; M.A. 1976, University of 
Maryland; Ph.D. 1986, University of Maryland. 

Flint, George W. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore Llniversity Hospital. B.A. 
1941, Ohio State University; M.D. 1944, Long Island 
College of Medicine. 

Flombaum, Carlos David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1969, University of 
Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Flye, Barbara Lee. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, Beloit College; M.A. 1967, University of 
California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. 1974, Columbia 
University. 

Flynn, Ellen Frances. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1972, Barnard College; M.D. 1977, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Flynn, John Thomas. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 

1937, Fordham University; M.D. 1942, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Flynn, Thomas Edward. Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1979, Harvard University; M.S. 1982, 
Georgetown University: M.D. 1986, George Washing- 
ton University -School of Medicine. 



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Flynn, William F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1956, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1960, New York Medical 
College. 

Foley, Kathleen M. Professor of Neurology and Neuro- 
science. Professor of Clinical Pharmacology. Attending 
Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, 
St. John's College; M.D. 1969, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Foley, William Thomas. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital 

A. B. 1933, Columbia University; M.D. 1937, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Fonacier, Luz Sison. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1973, St. Theresa's College (Philippines); M.D. 1978, 
University of the Philippines College of Medicine. 

Fondacaro, Paul Francis. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 
1977, Manhattan College; M.D. 1981, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Fong, Dunne. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Microbiology 
in Medicine. B.S. 1973, University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst; M.A. 1975, Princeton University; Ph.D. 1979, 
Princeton University. 

Fong, Jill. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. Assistant 
Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1979, Cornell University; M.D. 1984, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Fontenla, Doracy P. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1958, University of 
Rio De Janeiro (Brazil); M.S. 1964, University of Cuyo 
(Argentina); Ph.D. 1967, University of Cuyo (Argen- 
tina). 

Forkner, Claude Ellis, Sr. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1922, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. 1923, 
University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 1926, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Forman, Frimmit Leah. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

B. A. 1981, Barnard College; M.D. 1985, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fornari, Victor M. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychia- 
try. Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Cornell University; M.S. 
1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Forni, Arthur Louis. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.A. 
1982, State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
M.D. 1986, Cornell University Medical College. 

Fort, Pavel F. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1969, Charles University, Prague 
(Czechoslovakia). 

Former, Joseph Gerald. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1945, University of Illinois College of Medicine; 
M.S. 1965, University of Birmingham (United King- 
dom). 



Fortunoff, Stephen. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1958, Tulane LIniversity School of 
Medicine. 

Fotino, Marilena. Associate Professor of Clinical Biochem- 
istry. M.D. 1951, Institute of Medicine, Bucharest 
(Romania); Ph.D. 1965, Institute of Medicine, Bucharest 
(Romania). 

Fracchia, Alfred Andrew. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Senior Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1937, Villanova Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1941, Georgetown University School of 
Medicine. 

Fracchia, John Alfred. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Belmont 
Abbey College; M.D. 1973, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Frackowiak, Richard S J. Adjunct Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. B.A. 1974, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.A. 1975, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 1975, Cambridge University 
Medical School (United Kingdom); M.D. 1983, 
Cambridge University Medical School (United 
Kingdom). 

Frank, Maura D. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1988, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Frank, William M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1968, Loras College; M.D. 1972, University of Iowa 
College of Medicine. 

Frank, Yitzchak. Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, North Shore Univer- 
sity Hospital. M.D. 1973, Hebrew University Hadassah 
Medical School (Israel). 

Franklin, John Edward, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. Associate Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1961, Williams College; M.D. 1966, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Franklin, Kenneth William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Amherst College; M.D. 1978, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Franklin, Steven O. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 
B.S. 1972, Fordham University; Ph.D. 1980, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Frankmann, Sandra P. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Simmons College; Ph.D. 1984, 
University of Washington. 

Frantz, Stephen L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1958, 
Colgate University; M.D. 1962, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fraser, Richard A. R. Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery). 
Attending Surgeon (Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. M.D. 1961, University of British Columbia 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 



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Frayer, William Webster. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1966, Cornell University; M.S. 1968, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1972, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Fredland, Mio M. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, Columbia University; M.D. 1961, 
University of Geneva (Switzerland). 

Freeberg, Gary Warren. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1982, University of Rochester; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Freiberger, Robert H Professor of Radiology Attending 
Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. Consultant. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1949, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Freiman, Alvin H. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1947, New York University; M.S. 1949, 
University of Illinois; M.D. 1953, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Frengley, James Dermot. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. M.B.B.Ch. 1959, University of New Zealand. 

Freund, Myron Emil. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Princeton University; M.D. 1959, 
New York Medical College. 

Frey, Fayne Leslie. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, Boston 
University; M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Freyberg, Richard Harold. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1926, University of Michigan; M.D. 1930, University of 
Michigan Medical School; M.S. 1935, University of 
Michigan. 

Fried, Allan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1962, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fried, Gregory. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1968, Cornell University; M.D. 1972, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Fried, Maxine Helen. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, New York University; 
M.D. 1963, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Friedel, Armand. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1972, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Friedlander, Deborah Ann. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1983, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1985, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Friedman, Lawrence. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Ph.B. 1949, 
University of Chicago; M.A. 1952, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1955, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 



Friedman, Richard. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Medicine. B.A. 1970, University of 
Connecticut; Ph.D. 1974, State University of New York 
at Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1982, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook. 

Friedman, Richard Alan. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1978, Duke University; M.D. 1982, Rutgers State 
University Medical School. 

Friedman, Stanford B. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1953, Antioch College; M.D. 1957, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Friedman, Steven G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1976, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Friedman, Steven Michael. Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1968, Princeton University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Friend, Kathleen Doris. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, University of 
Illinois; M.A. 1976, University of Chicago; M.D. 1982, 
University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Frindt, Gustavo F. Associate Research Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1959, Catholic 
University of Chile Medical School (Chile); M.D. 1963, 
Catholic University of Chile Medical School (Chile). 

Frogel, Marvin Philip. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1957, Bowdoin College; M.D. 
1963, University of Geneva (Switzerland). 

Fromberg, Vivian. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1946, Western Reserve University; M.D. 
1951, Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Frosch, William A. Professor of Psychiatry (interim 
chairman). Interim Psychiatrist-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1953, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1957, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Frye, Suzanne Lee. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Urology). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Pennsylvania State University; M.A. 
1974, New York University; M.D. 1980, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Fuchs, Fritz Friedrich. Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1944, Copenhagen University Faculty of Medicine 
(Denmark); D.M.Sc. 1957, Copenhagen University 
Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 

Fuchs, Richard Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Yale University; M.D. 1976, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Fuchs, S. Anna-Riitta. Professor of Reproductive Biology in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Professor of Reproductive 
Biology in Physiology and Biophysics. M.S. 1950, 
University of Helsinki (Finland); D.M.Sc. 1978, 
Copenhagen University Faculty of Medicine (Den- 
mark). 



136 Faculty of the Medical College 



Fuks, Zvi Yechiel. Professor of Radiation Oncology in 
Medicine. Attending Radiation Oncologist. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. M.D. I960, Hebrew University 
Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Funk, Mark E. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1971, University of 
Missouri; B.S. 1973, University of Missouri; M A. 1976, 
University of Missouri. 

Furie, Richard Alan. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician. Hospital for 
Special Surgery. A.B. 1974, Cornell University; M.D. 
1979, Cornell University Medical College. 

Furneaux, Henry Morrice. Assistant Professor of Molecular 
Biology in Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Molecular 
Biologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1975, University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 
1978, University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom). 

Fyer, Minna Rebecca. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Columbia University; M.D. 1980, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gabay, Joelle Eleonore. Associate Professor of Microbiol- 
ogy in Medicine. M.S. 1971, University of Paris 
(France); Ph.D. 1983, University of Paris (France). 

Gabel, Stewart. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1964, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; 
M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Gabrilove, Janice Lynn. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Goucher College; 
M.D. 1977, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Gadaleta, Dominic. Assistant Professor of Surgery. B.A. 
1982, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; M.D. 
1986, George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Gadalla, Farida M. F. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1974, University of Alexandria 
(Egypt). 

Gadsby, David C. Adjunct Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1969, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.A. 1973, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1978, University of London (LInited 
Kingdom). 

Gahnem, Fuad. Instructor of Physiology in Medicine. B.S. 
1977, Tel Aviv University (Israel); M.S. 1984, Tel Aviv 
University (Israel); D.Sc. 1989, Technion Institute 
(Israel). 

Gal, David. Associate Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1974. Technion 
Medical School (Israel). 

Galbraith, Richard Anthony. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. M.B. 1971, LIniversity of London (United 
Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 1974, King Street College Hospital 
Medical School (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1981, Medical 
University of South Carolina. 

Galicich, Joseph H, Jr. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Surgeon (Neurosurgery), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Stanford University; M.D. 
1957, Harvard Medical School. 



Gallagher, Pamela Marie. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, Hofstra Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1974, University of Chicago Pritzker School 
of Medicine. 

Gallagher, Richard Eugene Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Princeton University; M.D. 1981. 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gamache, Francis W., Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Neurosurgery), 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1969, Wesleyan 
University; M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Gandy, Samuel Evans. Assistant Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Baptist College at 
Charleston; M.D. 1982, Medical University of South 
Carolina; Ph.D. 1982, Medical University of South 
Carolina. 

Ganeles, Robert I. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1950, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1954, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Gansbacher, Bernd. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1976, University of 
Innsbruck Medical School (Austria). 

Gao, Jing. Visiting Assistant Professor of Radiology. M.D. 
1984, Dalian Medical College (China). 

Garabedian, Laura. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Barnard College; M.D. 1984, 
Universidad del Noreste (Mexico). 

Gardenswartz, Mark Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1971, University of Colorado; M.D. 1975, 
University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

Gardner, Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1972, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, University 
of Kentucky College of Medicine. 

Gardner, Daniel. Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. 
Professor of Physiology and Biophysics in Neuro- 
science. A.B. 1966, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1971, 
New York University. 

Gardstein, Henry Francis, Jr. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1966, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1970, George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Gardy, Martin. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 
1956, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
I960. Cornell University Medical College. 

Gareen, Diane Brody. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1949, New York University; M.D. 1953, New York 
Medical College. 

Garfinkel, Burton. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecolo- 
gist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1952, State 
University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1956, Chicago 
Medical School. 



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Garfinkle, B. Milton. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1941, University of Pennsylvania; M.I). 
1943. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 

Garofalo, John Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Hofstra University; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Gass, Jerald D. Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemis- 
try. B.S. 1957, University of Oklahoma; M.S. 1962, 
Harvard University; Ph.D. 1970, Cornell University. 

Gastl, Gunther Alois. Visiting Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Urology). B.A. 1974, University of Innsbruck 
(Austria). M B A. 1976, University of Innsbruck 
(Austria); M.D. 1978, University of Innsbruck Medical 
School (Austria). 

Gaston. James P. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, 
Bowdoin College; M.D. 1958, McGill University College 
of Medicine (Canada). 

Gause, Ralph Williamson. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. A.B. 1926, University of 
Texas; M.D. 1930, Harvard Medical School. 

Gayle. Lloyd Bruce. Assistant Professor of Surgery (Plastic 
Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1983, New York 
University School of Medicine. 



Gaylin, Sheldon. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Ph.B. 1949, University 
of Chicago; M.D. 1953, Western Reserve University. 

Gaynor, Mitchell Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, University of Texas; M.D. 1982. 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Geary, Noreross D. Associate Research Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. A.B. 1969. Harvard Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. 1978, Brown University. 

Gee, Timothy S. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1956, LIniversity of California, Berkeley; 
M.D. I960, University of California, San Francisco, 
School of Medicine. 

Geisen, Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Senior Psychologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Middlebury College; M.A. 1975, 
Adelphi University; Ph.D. 1980, Adelphi University. 

Geiss, Alan Charles. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Alfred University; M.D. 1970. 
Chicago Medical School. 

Gelb, Ira. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1948, New York University; M.D. 1951, New York 
University School of Medicine. 




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Gelber, Philip M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1967, University of Chicago; M.D. 1971, University 
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Geller, Brian Stewart. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 
(Courtesy). Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1974. Columbia 
University; M.S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1980, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Gellin, Bruce Gary. Clinical Instructor in Public Health. 
Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1977, University of 
North Carolina; M.D. 1983, Cornell University Medical 
College; M.P.H. 1991, Columbia University, School of 
Public Health. 

Gentin, Benjamin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1955, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Georgatos, Eustace G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1972, Athens 
University Medical School (Greece). 

Geotes, Lambros George. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1980, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Geraci-Ciardullo, Kira Antonia. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Adelphi University; M.D. 1980, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Gerba, William M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Fordham University; 

M.D. 1974, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 

Yeshiva University. 
Gerber, Linda M. Assistant Professor of Epidemology in 

Medicine. Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.A. 

1973, State University of New York at Binghamton; 

M.A. 1976, University of Colorado; Ph.D. 1978, 

University of Colorado. 
Gerdes, Hans. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical Assistant 

Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

B. S. 1979, Yale University; M.D. 1983, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Gerin, William. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Medicine. B.A. 1979, California State College; M.A. 
1981, Columbia University; M.Phil. 1982, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1984, Columbia University. 

German, James Lafayette, III. Clinical Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1945, Louisiana Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1949, 
Southwestern Medical College. 

Gershengorn, Marvin Carl. Abby Rockefeller Mauze 

Distinguished Professor of Endocrinology in Medicine. 
Professor of Medicine in Physiology and Biophysics. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1967, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1971, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Gerstein, Hal. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.D. 1978, Albany Medical College. 



Gertner, Joseph Michael. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1964 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); M.A. 1967, 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 

1968, Cambridge University Medical School (United 
Kingdom). 

Gery, Elizabeth Helen. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, University of 
Maryland; M.D. 1987, Case Western Reserve University 
School of Medicine. 

Ghajar, Jamshid. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Neurosurgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
University of California, Los Angeles; M.A. 1975. 
University of California, Los Angeles; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College; Ph.D. 1983, Cornell 
University. 

Gharavi, Azzudin E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 
1964, University of Teheran Faculty of Medicine (Iran); 
M.S. 1985, University of London (United Kingdom). 

Ghavimi, Fereshteh. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. M.D. 1961, University of 
Teheran (Iran). 

Ghelman, Bernard. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1963, University of Brasilia (Brazil). 

Giampietro, Philip Francis. Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1983, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine; M.D. 1986, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook Health Science Center. 

Giannandrea, Richard Florian. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Rutgers-The State University 
of New Jersey; D.D.S. 1983, Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Giardina, Patricia-Jane Vonna. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1968, New York Medical 
College. 

Gibbs, Harry Hugh. Instructor in Medicine. M.B.B.S. 1983, 
Faculty of Medicine, University of Sidney (Australia). 

Gibbs, James G , Jr. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. I960, Trinity 
College; M.D. 1964, Medical University of South 
Carolina. 

Gibofsky, Allan. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Public Health. Associate 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1969, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1973, Cornell University Medical College. 

Gibson, Gary Eugene. Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 
1968, University of Wyoming; Ph.D. 1973, Cornell 
University. 

Gilbert, Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 
1977, Jefferson Medical College. 



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Gilbert, Bruce Raymond. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, University of 
Bridgeport; M.S. 1973, University of Bridgeport; M.S. 
1977, New York Medical College; Ph.D. 1978, New 
York Medical College; M.D. 1983, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gilbert, Fred. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.S. 1962. Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1966, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Gilder, Helena. Adjunct Associate Professor of Biochemis- 
try. Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Visiting 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1935, 
Vassar College; M.D. 1940. Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Gilder, Rodman. Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.M.S. 1940, Harvard University; M.D. 1944, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Gilliam, Nancy Denise. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry (Courtesy). Professional Associate, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Texas; M OT. 
1981, Texas Woman's University; Ph.D. 1987, Univer- 
sity of Houston. 

Gillio, Alfred P. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, University of Virginia; M.D. 1981, Medical 
College of Virginia. 
Gillman, Eugene Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York University; 
M.D. 1976, New York University School of Medicine. 

Gilman, Sander Lawrence. Professor of History in 

Psychiatry. B.A. 1963, Tulane University; Ph.D. 1968, 
Tulane University. 

Gilmore, Karen Jane. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Radcliffe College; M.A. 1973, New 
York University; M.D. 1977, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gilmore, Margaret Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Smith College; M.D. 1972, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Ginos, James Zissis. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry in Neuroscience. Associate Laboratory 
Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1954, Columbia University; M.S. 1957, Stevens Institute 
of Technology; Ph.D. 1964, Stevens Institute of 
Technology. 

Ginsberg, Robert Jason. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1963, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Ginzberg, Eli. Visiting Professor of Economics in Public 
Health. A.B. 1931, Columbia University; A.M. 1932, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1934, Columbia University. 

Giordano, Michael Francis. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital B.A. 1980, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 
1984, Cornell University Medical College. 



Girgis, Fakhry Gindi. Associate Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. M.B.B.Ch. 1949, University of Cairo, 
Faculty of Medicine (Egypt), Ph.D. 1957, Queen's 
University of Belfast (United Kingdom). 

Gistrak, Allan B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1953, McGill University (Canada); M.D. 1957, 
McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Gitlin, Joel Stewart. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1954, Union College; M.D. 1958, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Giuliano, Michael Anthony. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Adjunct, Pediatrics, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1977, State University of New York at Albany; 
M.D. 1981, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Given, William P., Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.A. 1974, New York University; M.D. 

1978, Cornell University Medical College. 

Given, William Price. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1941, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1944, Cornell LJniversity Medical College. 

Gladstone, Wilma. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1955, Mount 
Holyoke College; M.D. 1961, New York Medical 
College. 

Glaser, Robert. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1967, Columbia University; M.S. 1968, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1973, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Glass, Richard E. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1952, Princeton University; M.D. 1956, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Glass, Walter Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1939, LJniversity of Vermont; 
M.D. 1943, University of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Glasser, Jeffrey. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Muhlenberg College; M.D. 
1975, New York University School of Medicine. 

Glazer, Howard Irwin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of 
Toronto (Canada); Ph.D. 1972, University of Texas, 
Austin. 

Glendinning, Arnold F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1954, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1961. Cornell University Medical College. 

Glick, Ira D. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending Psychia- 
trist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, Dickinson College; 
M.D. 1961, New York Medical College. 

Glickman, Denise Fabiola. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1979, Brown LJniversity; M.D. 1986, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



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Globus. David L. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1950, Washington University; M.D. 1954, 

Washington University Medical Center. 
Glogoff. Michael Russ. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, 

New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Rutgers-The State 

University of New Jersey; D.M.D. 1967, University of 

Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. 
Gluck, David. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Cornell 

University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical 

College. 

Gluck, Robert W. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1982, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Glusman, Joan E. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1975, 
University of Southern California; M.D. 1986, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Goes, Diane M. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 
1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Godbold, James H., Jr. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biostatistics in Public Health. B.A. 1969, Millsaps 
College; M.S. 1970, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 
State University; Ph.D. 1976, Johns Hopkins University. 

Godder, Kamar. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1980, Hebrew University Hadassah 
Medical School (Israel). 

Godwin, Thomas Adams. Associate Professor of Pathol- 
ogy. Associate Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Northwestern University; M.D. 
1977, Medical College of Georgia. 

Golanov, Eugene V. Instructor in Neuroscience. M.D. 
1977, First Moscow Setchenov Medical Institute 
(Russia); Ph.D. 1980, Institute of Normal Physiology 
(Russia). 

Gold, Alan H. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Colgate University; M.D. 1971, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gold, Jeffrey Philip. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Professor of Surgery in Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon in Pediatrics. 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1974, Cornell University; M.D. 1978, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Goldberg, Burton H. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York University; M.D. 1951, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Goldberg, Doris. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Vassar 
College; M.D. 1957, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Goldberg, Douglas Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Tufts University; M.D. 1983, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Goldberg. Harvey Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1976, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Goldberg, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, University of Connecti- 
cut; M.D. 1978, Pennsylvania State University College 
of Medicine. 

Goldberg. Leslie P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966. Cornell 
University; M.D. 1970. Chicago Medical School. 

Goldberg, Myron D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1967, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1971, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Goldberg. Shulamith. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1984, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Goldberg, Steven Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Lafayette College; 
M.D. 1979, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Goldberger. Marianne Rudolf. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Radcliffe College; M.D. 1958, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Golde, David William. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1962. Fairleigh Dickinson University; M.D. CM. 
1966. McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Golden. William Louis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Long Island 
University; M.A. 1972, Hunter College, City University 
of New York; Ph.D. 1975, New School for Social 
Research. 

Goldfine, Steven M. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy in Medicine. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.S. 1973. State University of 
New York at Albany; M.S. 1977, State University of 
New York at Albany; Ph.D. 1985. State University of 
New York at Stony Brook. 

Goldin. Howard. Clinical Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1957. Amherst 
College; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical College. 

Goldman, Amy Beth. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1966, New York 
University; M.D. 1969, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Goldman, Gary H. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981. Univer- 
sity of Rochester; B.S. 1981, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1986, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Goldman, George J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 



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Goldman, Ira Steven. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1977, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Goldman, Mitchell Alan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Radiologist. 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1965. Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1969, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Goldman, Steven Alan. Associate Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Associate Attending Neurologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; Ph.D. 1983, Rockefeller University; M.D. 1984, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Goldsmith, Scott Jay. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1980, Harvard University; Ed.M. 1980, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1984, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook Health Science Center. 

Goldstein, Jack. Adjunct Associate Professor of Biochemis- 
try. B.S. 1952, Brooklyn College of Pharmacy; M.N.S. 
1957, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1959, Cornell Univer- 
sity. 

Goldstein, Judith. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, Lenox Hill Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1972, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Goldstein, Marc. Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology). 

Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1968, Brooklyn College, City University 

of New York; M.D. 1972, State University of New York 

Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Goldstein, Michael Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician. North Shore University 

Hospital. B.A. 1956, Queens College, City University of 

New York; M.D. 1961, Albert Einstein College of 

Medicine of Yeshiva University. 
Goldstein, William B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. B.A. 1957, Cornell University; M.D. 1961, 

Washington University Medical Center. 
Goldweit, Richard Scott. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1978, University of Rochester; M.D. 1982, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Golub, Sheldon. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 

A.B. 1959, Columbia University; M.D. 1963, State 

University of New York Health Science Center at 

Brooklyn. 

Gomez, Daniel G. Associate Professor of Radiology. B.A. 
1951, Universidad Libre (Colombia); M.S. 1964, 
University Del Valle Faculty of Medicine (Colombia); 
Ph.D. 1969, Case Western Reserve University. 

Gomillion, Matthew C. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1981, University of Texas, Austin; M.D. 
1985, Baylor College of Medicine. 

ponzalez-Aviles, Arnaldo. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, Catholic 
University of Puerto Rico; M.D. 1985, Ponce School of 
Medicine. 



Good, Leonard J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Pomona College; M.D. 1979, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Goodfield, Gwyneth June. Visiting Associate Professor of 
Biomedical Science and Social Policy in Medicine. B.S. 
1949, University of London (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 
1959, University of Leeds School of Medicine (United 
Kingdom). 

Goodman, Beverly. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1952, Macalester College; M.D. 1963. 
University of Minnesota Medical School. 

Goodman, Susan Marion. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Barnard College; M.D. 1977, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Goodman, Warren H. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1955, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1959, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Goodrich, Charles Howard. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1945, Princeton University; M.D. 1951. 
Harvard Medical School. 

Goodrich, David J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1983, University of Hawaii; M.D. 1987, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Goodwin, Cleon Walton, Jr. Johnson & Johnson Distin- 
guished Associate Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. L965, 
University of North Carolina; M.D. 1969, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1983, 
University of Texas. 

Gordon. Bruce R. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1971, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1975, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Gordon. Jeffrey H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Amherst College; M.D. 1965, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Gordon, Lawrence A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. I960, New York University; M.D. 1964, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gordon, Malcolm. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1948, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Gordon, Mark Stephen. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professoi 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Northwestern University; M.D. 
1982, Northwestern University Medical School 

Gordon, Michael Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1977, University of 
New Hampshire; M.D. 1985, University of Vermont 
College of Medicine. 

Gordon, Ronald Jay. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, New York University; 
M.D. 1977, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 



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Gordonson, Lewis Chester. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Ohio State 
University; M.D. 1963, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gorga, Delia I. Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation 

Medicine in Surgery. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, Columbia University; M.A. 1970, 
New York University; Ph.D. 1987, New York Univer- 
sity. 

Gorham, George W. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1950, Yale University; M.D. 1954, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Gornick, Lisa K. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Princeton University; M.A. 1982, University 
of Pennsylvania; M.Phil. 1984, Yale University; Ph.D. 
1988, Yale University. 

Goslee, Leonard T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, Howard University; M.S. 1951, 
Boston University; M.D. 1958, Meharry Medical 
College. 

Goss, Mary E. W. Professor Emeritus of Sociology in 
Public Health. B.A. 1947, Iowa State University; M.A. 
1948, Iowa State University; Ph.D. 1959, Columbia 
University. 

Gottlieb, Alice Bendix. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brandeis University; Ph.D. 1979, 
Rockefeller University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gottridge, JoAnne. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
LIniversity Hospital. B.A. 1976, Case Western Reserve 
University; M.D. 1980, Case Western Reserve University 
School of Medicine. 

Gould, Elaine Susan. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, St. John's University; M.D. 1980, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gould, Eric Franklin. Clinical Assistant Professor of . 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1970, New York Medical College. 

Gould, Meredith A. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Hobart and William Smith College; Ph.D. 
1984, City College, City University of New York. 

Gould, Robert John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hspital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Tufts University; M.D. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Goulian, Dicran. Professor of Surgery (Plastic Surgery). 
Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1948, Columbia University; D.D.S. 1951, 
Columbia University School of Dental and Oral 
Surgery; M.D. 1955, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 



Govoni, Antonio Fortunato. Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1945, 
University of Modena Faculty of Medicine and Surgery 
(Italy). 

Goyert, Sanna M. Associate Research Professor of 
Immunology in Medicine. B.S. 1968, University of 
Cincinnati; Ph.D. 1983, New York University. 

Graber, Edward A. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1936, Emory University School of 
Medicine. 

Grabstein, Eric Martin. Instructor in Psychiatry. Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.Sc. 1978, State University of New 
York at Binghamton; M.Sc. 1981, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1988, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Grad, Gary Jordan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1965, University 
of Illinois; M.D. 1969, University of Illinois College of 
Medicine. 

Grady, Robert Walter. Associate Research Professor of 
Pharmacology in Pediatrics. B.S. 1963, Brown 
University; Ph.D. 1971, University of Minnesota. 

Graf, Margaret Jane. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Canisius 
College; M.D. 1979, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Grafstein, Bernice. Vincent and Brooke Astor Distin- 
guished Professor in Neuroscience. Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1951, University of 
Toronto (Canada); Ph.D. 1954, McGill University 
(Canada). 

Graham. Malcolm Sandford. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry 
in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1961, Colby College; D.D.S. 1965, Columbia 
University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Graham, Martin. Assistant Professor of Physics in Clinical 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. 1973, University of 
Massachusetts. 

Grande, Daniel A. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy in Surgery. B.S. 1978, Long Island University; 
Ph.D. 1986, New York University School of Medicine. 

Granet, Kenneth Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1979, Hofstra University; M.D. 
1984, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Granet, Roger B. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, New York University; M.D. 1974, University 
of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical 
School. 

Grant, Robert Thomas. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1983. Albany 
Medical College. 

Grassi, Armando. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending. Pediatrics, Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending, 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1970, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 



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Grayson. Robert S. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry-. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1950, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Greco, Annamarie. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Adjunct, Pediatrics, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
New York University; M.D. 1985, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Green, Douglas S. T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1977, Wesleyan 
University; M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Green, Harry. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1956, University of 
Melbourne (Australia). 

Green, Judith. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1961, Bard College; Ph.D. 1967, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Green, Ronald Franklin. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Associate Attending 
Physiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Temple 
University; M.D. 1962, Jefferson Medical College. 

Green. Stephen Joseph. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1976, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1980, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Greenberg, Abraham S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1969, New York University School of Medicine. 

Greenberg, Burt M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Cornell University; M.D. 1979, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Greenberg, Danielle. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1975, Columbia University; M.Phil. 

1983, City College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 

1984, City College, City University of New York. 
Greenberg, Ernest J. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1949, American 
University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1953, American 
University of Beirut School of Medicine (Lebanon). 
Greenberg, George. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. I960, Duke 
University. 

Greenberg, Judith. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Connecticut College; M.D. 1980, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Greenberg, Meir. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1973, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School 
(Israel). 

Greenberg, Sharon Gail. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1978, University of Massachusetts; 
Ph.D. 1986, Case Western Reserve University. 



Greenblatt, Edward Robert. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1980, City College, City 
University of New York. 

Greene, Edward Louis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, West Virginia Wesleyan College; 
M.S. 1952, West Virginia University; M.D. 1958, 
University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery 
(Italy). 

Greenfield, Elizabeth Ann. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978. 
Wagner College; M.D. 1982, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Greenfield, Elliott Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1956, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1961, University of Virginia School of 
Medicine. 

Greenspan, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1969, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Greenstein, Steven E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York University; 
M.D. 1973, New York Medical College. 

Greenwald, Bruce Michael. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, University of Michigan; M.D. 1982, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Greenwald, Richard M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1942, State University of New 
York at Buffalo; M.D. 1945, State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Gregersen, Peter Kim. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 

1976, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Greif, Roger Louis. Professor Emeritus of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.S. 1937, Haverford College; M.D. 1941, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Grewal, Jasbir. Assistant Professor of Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 

1977, M. Gandhi Memorial Medical College (India). 
Griffin, Anne. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 

New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1981, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Griffith, Owen Wendell. Professor of Biochemistry. A.B. 
1968, University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. 1974, 
Rockefeller LJniversity. 

Griffo, William Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; Ph.D. 1976, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Grifo, James A. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Oberlin 
College; Ph.D. 1982, Case Western Reserve University; 
M.D. 1984, Case Western Reserve University School of 
Medicine. 



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Grimaldi, John A. R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Vanderbilt University; M.I). 1978, 
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. 

Gritsman, Andrey. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist. Lenox Hill 
Hospital. M.D. 1971, First Moscow Setchenov Medical 
Institute (Russia); Ph.D. 1974, First Moscow Setchenov 
Medical Institute (Russia). 

Grobois, Brian S. Instructor in Psychiatry. B.A. 1978, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983. Tel Aviv 
University Sadder School of Medicine (Israel). 

Groeger, Jeffrey Spencer. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Critical Care Physician. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1972, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1977, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Grolnick, Lawrence E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Cornell University; M.D. 1958, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Groopman, Leonard C. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Harvard University; M.A. 1980, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical School; Ph.D. 1986. 
Harvard University. 

Gross, Beth. Assistant Professor of Radiology. B.A. 1980, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1984, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Gross, Michael M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Courtesy), 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, George Washington University; 
M.S. 1978, George Washington LIniversity School of 
Medicine; M.D. 1982, Chicago Medical School. 

Gross, Stanley. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Pathology. 
Emeritus Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1936, New York University; M.D. 1939, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Gross, Steven S. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. B.S. 
1974, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.P.H. 1979, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Ph.D. 
1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Grossi, Margaret Thorne. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. B.A. 1949, Notre Dame College of Staten 
Island; M.D. 1953, Georgetown University School of 
Medicine; M.P.H. 1967, Columbia University. 

Grossman, Stanley. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1953, Syracuse University; 
M.D. 1957, New York Medical College. 

Gruenspan, Harry Leo. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1972, State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
Ph.D. 1979, City University of New York Graduate 
School and University Center; M.D. 1981, University of 
Miami School of Medicine. 

Grunberg, Allan. Instructor in Anesthesiology. Instructor, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1979, 
State University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 
1984, New York University School of Medicine. 

Gubernick, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Bucknell 
University; M.D. 1982, Northwestern LIniversity Medical 
School. 



Gudas, Lorraine Jean. Revlon Pharmaceutical Professor of 
Pharmacology and Toxicology. Professor of Pharmacol 
ogy (chairman). B.A. 1970, Smith College; Ph.D. 1975, 
Princeton University. 

Guida, Peter M. Associate Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1949, Long Island University; M.D. 1954, Albany 
Medical College. 

Guida, Robert Anthony. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
University of Steubenville; M.D. 1983, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Guido, Joseph William. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Cornell University; M.D. 
1953, New York Medical College. 

Gulati, Subhash C. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.S. 1971, North Dakota State 
University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia University; M.D. 
1976, University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Gulmi, Frederick Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1981, University of Cayey School of Medicine 
(Puerto Rico). 

Gunasti, Sabri. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Istanbul University 
Medical School (Turkey); M.D. 1956, Istanbul 
University Medical School (Turkey). 

Gupta, Anil. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1978, All India Institute of Medical 
Sciences. 

Gupta, Rajendra. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1961, King George Medical College, Lucknow 
University (India). 

Guss, Jeffrey Richard. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1978, University of Louisville School 
of Medicine. 

Guthrie, Randolph Hobson. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1957, Princeton University; M.D. 1961, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Guthrie, Thomas Claiborne. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1944, Princeton University; M.D. 1947, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Guy, Henry H. Clinical Instructor of Anesthesiology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1940, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Guzik, Howard Jay. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, State University of New York at 
Albany; M.D. 1981, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
of Yeshiva University. 



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Haas, Steven B. Instructor in Surgery (Orthopedics). 
Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon. Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthope- 
dic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, University 
of Rochester; M.P.H. 1985, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry; M.D. 1985, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Haber. Alan L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1951, New York University; 

M.D. 1959, University of Brussels (Belgium) 
Haber, Calvin H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

B.S. 1954, Brooklyn College of Pharmacy; M.D. 1959. 

University of Amsterdam (Netherlands). 
Hackett, Neil Robert. Assistant Professor of Microbiology 

B.S. 1978, University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom); 

Ph.D. 1982, University of British Columbia (Canada). 
Hadley, Susan J. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. Honorary 

Staff. New York Hospital. B.A. 1941, University of 

Wisconsin; M.D. 1944, Cornell University Medical 

College. 

Hagamen, Wilbur Dayton. Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.S. 1944, Baldwin-Wallace College; M.D. 
1951, Cornell University Medical College. 

Haggerty. Robert Johns. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

A. B. 1946, Cornell University; M.D. 1949, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Haimes, Alison Bender. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1981, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Haimovic, Itzhak C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Hair, Laura Scheibley. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1977, University of Vermont; M.D. 1986, Ohio 
State University College of Medicine. 

Hajal, Fady. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1968, French Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacol- 
ogy, University of St. Joseph (Lebanon). 

Hajdu, Steven I. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1961, Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium). 

Hajjar, David Phillip. Professor of Pathology. Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.A. 1974, American International 
College; M.S. 1977, University of New Hampshire; 
Ph.D. 1978, University of New Hampshire. 

Hajjar, Katherine Amberson. Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Smith College; M.D. 1978, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Hakes, Thomas Brion. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1967, Indiana 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1973, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Hakim-Elahi, Enayat. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1959, University of Teheran (Iran). 



Halebian, Paul H. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1979, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical School. 

Hall, Michael Howard. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1968, University of Kentucky; M.D. 1972, 
University of Kentucky College of Medicine. 

Hall, William Walmsley. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Queen's University of Belfast 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1974, Queen's University of 
Belfast (United Kingdom); M.D. 1984, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Halmi, Katherine Ann. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1961, University 
of Iowa; M.D. 1965, University of Iowa College of 
Medicine. 

Halper, James P. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1965, Columbia University; M.D. 1971, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Halperin, John J. Associate Professor of Neurology. 

Attending Neurologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
S.B. 1971, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1975, Harvard Medical School. 

Halpern, Brian. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine (Courtesy). 
Physician to the Out-Patient Department, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Middlebury College; M.D. 
1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Halpern, Jerry Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University; D.D.S. 1974, Howard University College of 
Dentistry. 

Halpert, Eugene. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1956, University of Chicago Pritzker School of 
Medicine. 

Hambrick, George W., Jr. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1943, Concord 
College; M.D. 1946, University of Virginia School of 
Medicine. 

Hamburg, Margaret Ann. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.A. 1978, Harvard University; M.D. 1983, 

Harvard Medical School. 
Hamburg, Martin David. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1965, New York 

University; Ph.D. 1969, University of Michigan. 
Hamilton, Francis J., Sr. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 

1928, St. Joseph's University; M.D. 1933, Jefferson 

Medical College 
Hamlin, Paul A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. S. 1963, St. John's University; M.D. 1967, New York 
Medical College. 

Hampton. Phyllis A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Oklahoma 
Baptist University; M.D. 1980, University of Oklahoma 
College of Medicine. 

Han. Kerry. Assistant Professor of Physics in Radiology. 
Assistant Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1977, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1983. 
Columbia University. 



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Hanauske-Abel, Hartmut Martin. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1983, Faculty of Medicine, Philipps University, 
Marburg (Germany). 

Hand, Ivan Leslie. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. B.A. 1978, Hunter College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
of Yeshiva University. 

Hankoff, Leon D. Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
B.S. 1950, University of Maryland; M.D. 1952, 
University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Hann, Lucy E. Assistant Professor of Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1968, Skidmore College; B.M.S. 1971, 
Dartmouth Medical School; M.D. 1973, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Hansen, John Gregory. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1952, Fordham University; M.D. 1956, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Hantverk, Jed A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1982, Emory University; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Haralambie, James Q. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1931, Oberlin College; M.D. 1935, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Haraway, Andrew W. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1956, Duke University; 
M.D. 1958, Medical College of Virginia. 

Harbison, Madeleine Diu Verre. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Wellesley College; M.D. 1976, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Harden, Cynthia L. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1979, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; M.D. 
1983, University of Wisconsin Medical School. 

Hariri, Robert Joseph. Assistant Professor of Surgery. A.B. 
1980, Columbia College; Ph.D. 1986, Cornell Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical College. 

Harlap, Susan. Professor of Epidemiology in Public Health. 
Attending Epidemiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1963, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Harmon, Gregory K. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 
1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Harpel, Peter Cahners. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. A.B. 
1957, Harvard University; M.D. 1961, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Harper, Rita Gilman. Professor of Pediatrics. Professor of 
Perinatal Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1955, University of Michigan; M.D. 1962, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Harris, Alvin H. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1950, Harvard University; D.M.D. 1953, Harvard 
University, M.D. 1955, Harvard Medical School. 



Harris, Gwen Nicole. Assistant Professor of Radiology. A.B 
1982, Princeton University; M.D. 1986, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Harris, Laurence S. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1963, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Harris, Lucinda Ann. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Barnard College; M.S. 1979, University of 
Connecticut; M.D. 1983, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Harris, Marcia A. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Pace 
University; M.D. 1975, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Harrison, Louis Benjamin. Associate Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Associate Attending Radiation 
Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1977, Duke University; M.D. 1982, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Harrison, Winston Gilbert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1975, Case Western Reserve University 
School of Medicine. 

Hart, Catherine Carlisle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Harvard University; M.D. 1980, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Hart, Marion G. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1956, New York University; M.D. I960, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Hartman, Barry J. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1969, University of Pittsburgh; M.D. 1973, Pennsylvania 
State University, Hershey Medical Center. 

Hartman, Gregg Stephen. Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Williams College; M.D. 1983, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Harvey, Marc. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1969, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1982, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Harvey-Banchik, Lillian P. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.S. 1975, University of Southern California; 

M.D. 1981, New York University School of Medicine. 
Haschemeyer, Rudy H. Professor of Biochemistry. B.A. 

1952, Carthage College; Ph.D. 1957, University of 

Illinois. 

Hatterer, Lawrence J. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Health. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1947, Princeton University; M.D. 1949, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Haughney, Elizabeth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1979, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1981, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Hauser, Andrew John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, St. John's 
University; D.D.S. 1977, Columbia University School of 
Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Hawks, Graham G. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1935, Colgate University; M.D. 1940, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Hayes, Joseph Gruber. Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty Distin- 
guished Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1963, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Hayt, David Bruce. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1956, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Healey, John Henry. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Yale University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Heebink, Denise Marie. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1987, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Heelan, Robert Terence. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1964, Fordham University; M.D. 1969, University 
of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Heier, Linda Anne. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Attending Radiologist, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. M.D. 1979, 
University of Western Ontario Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Heilbraun, Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, Brown University; M.D. 1961, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Heinemann, Murk-Hein. Associate Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon (Ophthal- 
mology), Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1972, Kenyon College; M.D. 1976, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Heinz, Erich. Adjunct Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.D. 1939, C. Albrechts University, Kiel 
(Germany). 

Heinzen, Bruce Robert. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1942, Oberlin College; M.A. 1943, 
Oberlin College; M.D. 1946, University of Chicago 
Pritzker School of Medicine. 



Heise, Carl. Instructor in Neurology and Neuroscience. 

Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 

Assistant Attending Neurologist, Hospital for Special 

Surgery. B.A. 1968, Ohio Wesleyan University; B.S. 

1970, Ithaca College; M.D. 1986, University of Bologna 

Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 
Heitler, Michael S. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. A.B. 1955, Colgate University; M.D. 

1959, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 

University. 

Helfet, David Leonard. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Associate Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, University of Cape Town (South 
Africa); M.B.B.Ch. 1975, University of Capetown 
Faculty of Medicine (South Africa). 

Helfgott, David C. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1978, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Heller, Arthur D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1974, State LIniversity of New York at Binghamton; 

M.D. 1978, Jefferson Medical College. 
Hemmings, Hugh Carroll, Jr. Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1978, Yale University; Ph.D. 1987, Yale 

University; M.D. 1987, Yale University School of 

Medicine. 

Hempstead, Barbara Louise. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Tufts University; M.D. 1982, 
Washington University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1982, 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Henry, Edward Ian. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1949, Syracuse University; M.D. 1954, 
New York Medical College. 

Henschke, Claudia Ingrid. Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Southern Methodist University; M.S. 1966, Southern 
Methodist University; Ph.D. 1969, University of 
Georgia; M.D. 1977, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Herasme, Victor M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Physician, St. Barnabas 
Medical Center. M.D. 1963, University of Santo 
Domingo (Dominican Republic). 

Herbert, John Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. A.B. 1969, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1973, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Herdan, Anita Muriel. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Public Health. M B. B.S. 1955, London University 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1968, London University 
(United Kingdom). 

Herman, Robert D. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 

1979, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Herman, Stephen Paul. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psyc hiatrist, New N ork 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brandeis University, M.D. 1973, 
Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center. 



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I k i i . Harry Wallace. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, University of California, 
Davis; M.D. 1969, University of California, Irvine, 
School of Medicine. 

Herrmann, Richard A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1951, Columhia University; M.D. 1955, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Herrold. Edmund McMahan. Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1971, Lehigh University; M.D. 1979, Case 

Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 

1979, Case Western Reserve University. 
Hershlag, Avner. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. M.D. 1977, Hebrew University Hadassah 

Medical School (Israel). 
Hershman. Jack Ira. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Rochester; M.D. 

1981, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 
Hershon, Stuart J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A.B. 1959, Harvard University; M.D. 1963, New York 

Medical College. 
Hertz, Daniel N. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1954, Cornell University; M.D. 1958, Albany 

Medical College. 
Hertz, Ralph Earl. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. B.A. 1941, McGill University (Canada); M.D. 

1944, McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 
Hertzig, Margaret E. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1956, Vassar College; M.D. I960, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Hcrzlinger, Doris A. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1975, Clark University; Ph.D. 1982, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Herzog, Richard Dennis. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1971, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, 
M.D. 1975, Creighton University School of Medicine. 

Heymann, Alan Douglas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 
1961, Cornell University; M.D. 1965, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Hidalgo, David Arthur. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Georgetown University; 
M.D. 1978, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Higgins, Kenneth Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1976, Manhattan College; M.D. 1980, New York 
University School of Medicine. 



Hilgaitner, Margaret W. Harold Weill Professor of Pediatric 
Hematology in Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Adjunct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1946, 
Bryn Mawr College; M.A. 1951, Duke University; M.D. 
1955, Duke University School of Medicine. 

Hill, Ann C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, 
University of North Dakota; M.D. 1962, Northwestern 
University Medical School. 

Hill, Malcolm. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1952, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1957, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Hill, Richard Kelsey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1957, Northwestern University; M.D. 
1961, Northwestern University Medical School. 

Hilmi, A. Matthew. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. M.D. 
1959, Syrian University School of Medicine (Syria). 

Hilton. Susan. Assistant Professor of Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1971, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 

1975, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Hirsch, Bruce E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.A. 1978, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1982, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Hirsch, Charles S. Adjunct Professor of Pathology. B.S. 

1958, University of Illinois, Urbana; M.D. 1962, 

University of Illinois College of Medicine. 
Hirsch, Joy. Professor of Neuroscience. Attending 

Physiological Psychologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, University of Oregon; M.S. 

1970, Portland State University; Ph.D. 1977, Columbia 

University. 

Hirsch, Jules. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. M.D. 1948, 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Hirsch, Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1949, Lynchburg College; M.A. 1950, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1954, New York Medical College. 

Hirsch, Susan C. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Hirschy, James C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Radiologist to Out-Patient Department, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. A.B. I960, Princeton University; M.D. 
1964, Jefferson Medical College. 

Ho, John L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Professor of Medicine in Microbiology. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 

1976, New York University School of Medicine. 
Hochberg, Mark Steven. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Temple 
University; D.D.S. 1977, Temple University School of 
Dentistry. 

Hochreiter, Clare Ann. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, University of Rochester; M.D. 1976, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 



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Hoda, Syed Amir Fazal. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 

H.S.C. 1977, DJ. Science College (Pakistan); M.B.B.S. 

1983. Dow Medical College, Karachi (Pakistan). 
Hoexter, Barton. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.S. 1958, Kenyon College; M.D. 1962, George 

Washington University School of Medicine. 
Hoffer, Eric Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 

B.A. 1968, Adelphi University; M.D. 1972, Medical 

College of Virginia. 
Hoffman, Bernard. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. B.A. 

1964, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 

M.D. 1968, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Brooklyn 
Hoffman, Ira R. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 1952, 

Columbia University; M.D. 1956, State University of 

New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Hoffman. Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1963, Columbia University; M.D. 1967, State 
University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Hoffman. Lloyd A. Assistant Professor of Surgery (Plastic 
Surgery). Attending Surgeon-in-Charge (Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1974, 
Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1978, Northwest- 
ern University Medical School. 

Hoffman, Lynne F. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1975, University of Toronto (Canada); M.S. 1978, 
Weitzmann Institute of Science (Israel); M.S. 1985, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1985, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook Health 
Science Center. 

Hogan, Timothy. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1979, Columbia University; M.D. 1983, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Ho-Kung, Esther. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Hunter 
College, City LIniversity of New York; M.D. 1976, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Holland, Jimmie. Professor of Psychiatry. Psychiatrist-in- 
Chief, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1948, 
Baylor University; M.D. 1952, Baylor College of 
Medicine. 

Hollander, Ellen Lynne. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Harpur 
University of the State University of New York; M.D. 
1978, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Hollenberg, James Paul. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1976, Harvard University; M.D. 1980, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Holloman, William K. Professor of Microbiology. B.S. 
1967, University of Texas, Austin; Ph.D. 1971, 
University of California, Berkeley 

Holman, Cranston W. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. Consult- 
ant, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1927, 
Stanford University; M.D. 1931, Stanford University 
School of Medicine. 



Holtzman, Albert C. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, New 
York University; M.D. I960, University of Lausanne 
(Switzerland). 

Holzer, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1977, Pennsylvania State University, 
1 lershey Medical Center. 

Hong, John S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1955, Yonsei University 
(Korea); M.P.H. 1963, University of Pittsburgh. 

Honig, Christine Lame. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1971, Boston University; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Hopenwasser, Karen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Antioch College; M.D. 1978, State 
LIniversity of New York at Stony Brook Health Science 
Center. 

Horecker, Bernard L. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry. 
B.S. 1936, University of Chicago; Ph.D. 1939, University 
of Chicago. 

Horowitz, Isadore. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1972, University of Toronto Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Horowitz, Marc Andrew. Clinical Instructor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy in Psychiatry (Courtesy). Clinical Affiliate, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Union College; M.D. 1978, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Horowitz, Nancy C. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
College of William and Mary; M.D. 1987, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Horowitz, Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician. New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1951, New York University; M.D. 1957. University 
of Leiden (Netherlands). 

Horowitz, Sandra V. Assistant Professor of Social Psychol- 
ogy in Public Health. Assistant Professor of Social 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1967, West Virginia 
University; M.A. 1974, New School for Social Research; 
Ph.D. 1985, Columbia University. 

Horwich, Mark Stephen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1963, Dartmouth College, B.M.S. 1965, 
Dartmouth Medical School; M.D. 1967, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Horwitz, Jonathan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician. 
North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1970, 
University of Cape Town (South Africa). 

Horwitz, Solomon Theodore. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1956, Hobart and William Smith College; M.D. 
I960, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Hoskins, Donald W. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1953, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



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Hoskins, William John. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Univer- 
sity of Tennessee; M.D. 1965, University of Tennessee 
College of Medicine. 

Hotchkiss, Robert Neal. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, University of Colorado; M.D. 1980, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Houde, Raymond W. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 
Pharmacology. Senior Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1940, New York 
University; M.D. 1943, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Houghton, Alan N. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1970, Stanford University; M.D. 1974, 
University of Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Housman, Arno David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Cornell University; M.D. 
1980, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Howard, James T. Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, Gettysburg College; M.D. 1959, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Howland, William S. Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology. 
Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1941, Notre Dame College; M.D. 1944, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Hsu, Ching-Ju. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 

Surgery. B.S. I960, National Taiwan University; M.S. 

1978, Texas A. & I. University; Ph.D. 1984, University 

of Texas Medical School, Houston. 
Huang, Hsueh-Meei. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Neuroscience. B.S. 1976, Tunghai University (Taiwan); 

M.S. 1979, Tunghai University (Taiwan); M.S. 1983, 

University of Missouri; Ph.D. 1987, University of 

Missouri. 

Hudgins, Lisa Cooper. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, La Guardia Hospital. B.A. 1975, Yale 
University; M.D. 1979, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Huebner, Hans F. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1963, G. August University, Goettingen (Ger- 
many). 

Hull, James William. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1965, University of California, Riverside; 
M.A. 1974, University of California, Riverside; Ph.D. 
1980, Claremont Graduate School. 

Huma, Zilla. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1984, 
University of Glasgow Faculty of Medicine (United 
Kingdom). 

Hundert, Michael Leo. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Washington University; 
M.D. 1975, Rush Medical College. 



Hunt, Howard F. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1940, Michigan State University; Ph.D. 1943, 
University of Minnesota. 

Hunt, Melissa. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, Stevens Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1985, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Huntington, Charles Gardiner. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Radiology. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology 
in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1935, Columbia University; M.D. 1940, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Hurley, James R. Associate Professor of Radiology. 

Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1957, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1961, Cornel! University Medical 
College. 

Hurst, Kenneth S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A. 1965, Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1969, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Hurt, Stephen Wayne. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Texas 
Christian University; Ph.D. 1978, University of Chicago. 

Hutson, John Milton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1972, University of Alabama; M.D. 1975, University 
of Alabama School of Medicine. 

Huvos, Andrew G. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1963, G. August University, Goettingen (Ger- 
many). 

Hyden, Philip Wesley. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
University of Florida; J.D. 1979, University of Florida 
College of Law; M.D. 1983, University of Florida 
College of Medicine. 

Hyler, Irene G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Sarah Lawrence College; M.D. 1979, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Hyman, Roger A. Professor of Radiology. Attending 

Radiologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1968, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Hyman, Susan S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1968, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Iacobellis, Francis William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1967, College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1971, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Iandoli, Louis J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1940, New York University; 
M.D. 1943, New York Medical College. 

Igel, George Daniel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Amherst College; M.D. 1972, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



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Illner, Pavel. Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1961, Charles University, Prague 
(Czechoslovakia). 

Illueca, Marta D. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1984, 
University of Panama Faculty of Medicine. 

Imber, Gerald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1966, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Imperato, Pascal James. Adjunct Professor of Public 
Health. B.S. 1958, St. John's University; M.D. 1962, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn; M.P.H. 1966, Tulane University; Th.M. 1966, 
Tulane University. 

Imperato-McGinley, Julianne Leonore. Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1961, College of Mount St. Vincent; M.D. 
1965, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Ingerman, Milton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon, Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1956, State University of New- 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Inglis, Allan E. Clinical Professor of Surgery (Orthopedics). 
Adjunct Professor of Clinical Anatomy in Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Consultant, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1950, Georgetown College; 
M.D. 1955, University of Rochester School of Medicine 
and Dentistry. 

Inglis, Steven R. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, Tulane 
University; M.D. 1986, New York Medical College. 

Inguagiato, Peter J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, Manhattan College; M.D. 

1971, University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and 
Surgery (Italy). 

Inkeles, Barton. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1968, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1972, Cornell University Medical College. 

Inra, Lawrence Albert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of Notre Dame; M.D. 
1976, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Inturrisi, Charles E. Professor of Pharmacology. B.A. 1962, 
University of Connecticut; M.S. 1965, Tulane University; 
Ph.D. 1967, Tulane University. 

Inverso, Jill. Assistant Professor of Pathology. B.S. 1980, 
University of Montana; M.A. 1982, University of 
Louisville; Ph.D. 1989, University of Wisconsin. 

Ioachim, Harry L. Professor of Pathology. Attending, 
Pathology, Lenox Hill Hospital. M.D. 1951, Institute of 
Medicine, Bucharest (Romania). 

Isaacs, Marian. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1948, University of 
Colorado; M.D. 1951, University of Colorado School of 
Medicine. 



Isaacs, Norman Jack. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York University; M.A. 1950, 
New York University; M.D. 1954, New York Medical 
College. 

Isaacson, Glenn Charles. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Anatomy in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.A. 1977, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Isaacson, Sidney. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1955, 
University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Isay, Richard A. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1956, Haverford 
College; M.D. 1961, University of Rochester School of 
Medicine and Dentistry. 

Isenberg, Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1972, New York University School of Medicine. 

Isom, O. Wayne. Professor of Surgery. Attending Surgeon- 
in-Charge (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Texas Technological University; 
M.D. 1965, University of Texas Southwestern Medical 
School. 

Israeli, Ilan. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1966, Hebrew 
University Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Iurato, Lori A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1981, New York University; M.D. 1986, 
New York Medical College. 

Ivashkiv, Lionel B. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Columbia University; M.D. 1984, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Iwamoto, Takeo. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Ophthal- 
mology. M.D. 1955, University of Tokyo (Japan); Sc.D. 
1962, University of Tokyo (Japan). 

Jablons, David Mark. Instructor in Surgery 

(Cardiothoracic). Thoracic Surgeon (Cardiothoracic), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Yale University; M.D. 
1984, Albany Medical College. 

Jacob, Jessica. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1978, New York University; M.D. 1983, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Jacobowitz, Esther. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1986, Boston 
University; M.D. 1986, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Jacobs, Jonathan Lewis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1976, Yale University; M.D. 1980, Yale University 

School of Medicine. 
Jacobs, Lynne Rose. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 

Northwestern University; M.D. 1985, Cornell University 

Medical College. 
Jacobs, Michael Ira. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for 

Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1973, New York University; M.D. 1977, Cornell 

University Medical College. 



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Jacobs, Mitchell C. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1977, 
Brooklyn College. City University of New York; M.D. 
1985, University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and 
Surgery (Italy). 

Jacobs, Morion. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology 
B.S. 1967, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1972, Chicago Medical School. 

Jacobsberg, Lawrence B. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1970, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; M.S. 1970, 
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; A.M. 1972, Harvard 
University; Ph.D. 1975, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Jacobsen, Paul B. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Wesleyan 
University; Ph.D. 1983. Michigan State University. 

Jacobson, Edward. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, New 
York University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical 
College. 

Jacobson, Ira M. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1975, Yale University; M.D. 1979, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Jacobson, Wendy. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1980. 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Jaffe, Eric Allen. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 1966, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Jagust, Marcy Brenda. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1980, Tufts University; M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Jain, Ajey. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 
1980, All India Institute of Medical Sciences. 

Jain, Raj Kumar. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Attending 
Physician, La Guardia Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1970. King 
George Medical College, Lucknow University (India). 

Jain, Subhash. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Anesthesi- 
ologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1969, SMS 
Medical College, Rajasthan University (India). 

Jakubowski, Ann Alice. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, Albertus Magnus 
College; M.A. 1974, Wesleyan University; Ph.D. 1976, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1981, University of 
Connecticut School of Medicine. 

James, David F. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1959, Columbia 
University; M.B.B.Ch. 1964, University of Glasgow 
Faculty of Medicine (United Kingdom). 

James, Gary D. Associate Research Professor of Physiology 
in Medicine. Associate Research Professor of Physiol- 
ogy and Biophysics. B.A. 1976, Wake Forest University; 
M.A. 1980, Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. 1984, 
Pennsylvania State University. 



James-Herry, Angelica. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. < 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1977, Lady Hardinge Medical 
College (India). 

Jampol, Morris Lowell. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 
B.S. 1940, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1943, New York University School of Medicine. 

Janulis, Peter T. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1948, Cornell University; M.D. 1951, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Janvier. Yvette Marie. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1984, 
Academy of Medicine, Warsaw (Poland). 

Jarowski, Charles Ignatius, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Columbia University; M.D. 1972, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Jarrett, Adam Dennis. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1985, Union College; M.D. 1989, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Jason, Michael King. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1973, University of Maryland; M.D. 
1977, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Jay, Harvey H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1970, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Jean-Claude, Yveline D. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983. 
Pace University; M.D. 1987, Harvard Medical School. 

Jhanwar, Suresh C. Assistant Professor of Genetics in 
Pathology. Associate Attending Geneticist and 
Cytogeneticist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1967, SMS Medical College, Rajasthan 
University (India); M.S. 1970. Banaras Hindu 
Univeristy, Varanasi (India); Ph.D. 1976, University of 
Delhi (India). 

Joh, Tong Hyub. Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 1953, 
Seoul National University of Medicine (Korea); M S. 
1965, University of Missouri; Ph.D. 1971, New York 
University. 

Johanson, Norman Arthur. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. B.S. 1972, Trinity College; M.D. 1978, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Johnson, Donald Goodwin. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1936. University of Maine, Farmington; 
M.D. 1940, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Johnson, Valerie Lynne. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of California, Davis; 
Ph.D. 1976, Cornell University; M.D. 1977, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Johnson, Warren Douglas, Jr. B.H. Kean Professor of 
Tropical Medicine. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 
Clinical Public Health. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1958, Carroll College; M.D. 1962, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



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Jones, Jacqueline Eleanor. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Smith College; M.D. 1984, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Jones, Susan Muriel Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1974, Wells College; 
Ph.D. 1978, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Jones, Thomas C. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.A. 
1958, Allegheny College; M.D. 1962, Case Western 
Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Jones, Walter Burnett. Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. Attending Obstetri- 
cian and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1954, Arizona State University; M.D. 
1964, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Jonisch, Elise Marcia Lynn. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1981, Pennsylvania State University 
College of Medicine. 

Jordan, Barry Donald. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Professor of Public Health. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Josen, Avinash K. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1962, Lady Hardinge Medical 
College (India). 

Joseph, Paul Ronnie. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Yale University; M.D. 
1957, New York University School of Medicine. 

Josephs, Laura S. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M A. 1980, Adelphi University; Ph.D. 
1983, Adelphi University. 

Josephson, Stephen Craig. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; M.S. 1978, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; Ph.D. 1980, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey. 

Kafka, Ernest. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 1958, Washington 
University Medical Center. 

Kafka, Kenneth R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1972, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1984, Albert Einstein College 
of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Kagen, Lawrence J. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, New York 
University; M.D. I960, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Kahan, Joel L. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.A. 1973, Adelphi University; M.D. 1978, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 



Kahanowicz, Yaffa. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1968, Tel Aviv University 
Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Kahn, Ellen Ida. Professor of Clinical Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1953, University of Lisbon (Portugal). 

Kahn, Jeffrey Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1979, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Kahn, Richard L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1975, Brown University; M.D. 
1981, Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Kahner, Steven. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1964, Duke University; M.D. 1968, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Kaiser, Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1969, University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 
1973, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Kaiser, Valerie B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital 
B.S. 1979, St. John's University; M.D. 1984, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kalayam, Balkrishna. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1974, Topiwala Medical College of 

Bombay University (India). 
Kalina, Peter. Assistant Professor of Radiology. B.A. 1981, 

Colgate University; M.D. 1985, New York University 

School of Medicine. 
Kalisher, Lester. Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Medical Center. B.S. 

1962, Wayne State University; M.D. 1966, Wayne State 

University School of Medicine. 
Kalman, Thomas Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1971, University of Pennsylvania, M.D. 

1975, New York Medical College. 
Kalt, Wallace B. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 

Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 

1949, Louisiana State University; M.D. 1954, Chicago 

Medical School. 
Kalter, Robert Dorrance. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1967, Columbia University; M.D. 1971, 

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Kamen, Mazen. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 

Brighton College (United Kingdom); M.D. 1983, New 

York University School of Medicine. 
Kamhi, Arnold D. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. B.A. 1978, Washington University; M.D. 

1983, Chicago Medical School. 
Kammerer, William Henry. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Medicine. Emeritus Staff, Hospital for Special Surgery. 

Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 1935, Indiana 

University School of Medicine. 



154 Faculty of the Medical College 



Kandell, Robert Lewis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1959, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1963, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Kaner, Robert Jeffrey. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1978, Brandeis Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1982, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Kantor, Howard L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1945, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; M.D. 1949, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kanwal, Gurmeet Singh. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1985, Armed Forces Medical College, Poona 
University (India). 

Kapel, Saul E. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1956, University 
of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Kaplan, Claudia. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard College; D.D.S. 
1977, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral 
Surgery. 

Kaplan, Helen Singer. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1951, 
Syracuse University; M.S. 1952, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1955, Columbia University; M.D. 1959, New York 
Medical College. 

Kaplan, Marc Steven. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology) (Courtesy). Assistant Adjunct, Surgery, Lenox 
Hill Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1983, New York Medical College. 

Kaplan, Mark H. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1962, Cornell University; M.D. 1966, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Kaplan, Norman L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Wesleyan College; M.D. 1958, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Kaplan, Richard D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1972, Harvard University; M.D. 1976, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Kaplan, Sandra Janet. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1963, George Washington 
University; M.D. 1967, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 

Kaplan, Seymour Herman. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1945, New York University; 
M.B. 1949, Chicago Medical School; M.D. 1950, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Kaplan, Steven. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology; M.D. 1987, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Kaplan, Stewart. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
New York University; M.D. 1975, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 



Kaplitt, Martin J. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1963, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kappas, Attallah. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1947, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1950, University of Chicago Pritzker 
School of Medicine. 

Karafiol, Paul Elliott. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1974, State University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 
1978, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Kardon, Stephen B. Clinical Instructor of Radiology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1963, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1967, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Karkal, Shivanand S. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1980, King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, University 
of Bombay (India); M.D. 1983, King Edward VII 
Memorial Hospital, University of Bombay (India). 

Karl, Peter Inchul. Assistant Professor of Physiology in 
Pediatrics. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Middle Tennessee State 
University; M.S. 1978, Middle Tennessee State 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Mississippi State University. 

Karlin, David B. Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 
1954, New York Medical College; M.S. 1962, New York 
University. 

Karlson, Karen B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Assistant Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Medical 

Center. B.S. 1971, City College, City University of New 

York; M.D. 1975, Columbia University College of 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Karlsrud, Katherine Jean. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B.M. 1974, Manhattan School of Music; M.D. 1980, 

Albany Medical College. 
Karmason, Marilyn G. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1949, Barnard College; M.D. 1953. 

Harvard Medical School. 
Karp, Joel L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Courtesy). 

Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1955, New York University; M.D. 1962, 

University of Basel, Faculty of Medicine (Switzerland). 
Karsten, Robert. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 

Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1975, Colgate University; D.D.S. 1978, New York 

University College of Dentistry. 
Karush, Nathaniel P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia University; M.D. 1966, 

Boston University School of Medicine. 
Karush, Ruth K. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1963, Barnard College; M.D. 1967, State University 

of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 



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Kash, Kathryn Marie. Instructor of Psychology in Psychia- 
try. Clinical Assistant Psychologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. R.N. 1965, Kings County 
Hospital School of Nursing; B.S. 1974, Richmond 
College, City University of New York; M.Phil. 1986, 
City University of New York Graduate School and 
University Center; Ph.D. 1987, City University of New 
York Graduate School and University Center. 
Kass, Aileen F. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1958, New York University; M.D. 1962, New York 
Medical College. 
Kass, Walter. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in Psychia- 
try. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1936, City College, City University of New York; M.S. 
1938, City College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 
1952, New York University. 
Katlowitz, Nachum M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1981, Cornell University 
Medical College. 
Katus, Eli Margrethe. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital M.D. 1982, University of Luebeck Medical 
Academy (Germany). 
Katz, Alvin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Otolaryngology), Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, New York University; 
M.D. 1963, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Katz, Barbara. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Associate 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1977, Boston University; M.D. 1979, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Katz, Jack L. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1956, Columbia University; M.D. I960, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 
Katz, Lawrence Alton. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1975, Columbia University; M.P.H. 1977, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1981, George Washington University 
School of Medicine. 
Katz, Richard Jay. Clinical Instructor in Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Hofstra University; M.D. 1975, University of Oklahoma 
Health Science Center. 
Katz, Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. S. 1960, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1964, New York University School of Medicine. 

Katz, Stanley. Assistant Professor of Medicine. M.B.B.Ch. 
1970, University of Capetown Faculty of Medicine 
(South Africa). 
Katzeff, Harvey Lee. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1976, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Katzman, Mclanie Ann. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, University of Pennsylvania; M A. 1982, 
Arizona State University; Ph.D. 1984, Arizona State 
University. 



Kauer, George L , Jr. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1933, New York University; M.D. 1937, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Kauff, Priscilla Fierman. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Radcliffe College; 
Ph.D. 1969, New York University. 

Kaufman, Glenn. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1977, Colgate University; M.D. 1982, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Kaufman, Ira H. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, Cornell University; M.D. 1953, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Kaufman, Richard J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1948, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1952, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kaufmann, Roderick Thomas, Jr. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1972, Lehigh University; M.D. 1981, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Kavoussi, James P. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1947, Teheran Medical School (Iran). 

Kayden, David Samuel. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

A. B. 1976, Columbia University; M.D. 1980, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Kaye, Jeremy Jon. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1961, University of 
Notre Dame; M.D. 1965, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Kaye, Robert Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital 

B. A. 1959, Princeton University; M.D. 1963, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Kazam, Elias. Professor of Radiology. Attending Radiolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.S. 1961, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1966, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Kazenoff, Bob. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Hofstra University; M.D. 1979, St. Louis 
University School of Medicine. 

Kean, Benjamin Harrison. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Public Health. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1933, 
University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 1937, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Keefe, Deborah L. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Rice University; M.D. 
1976, New York Medical College. 



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Kelemen, John. Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1974, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Kellman, Scott L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York University; M.D. 1973. 
New York Medical College. 

Kellner, Aaron. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Pathology. 
Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1934, Yeshiva 
University; M.S. 1936, Columbia University; M.D. 1939, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Kelly, Kevin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1972, Williams College; M.A. 1975, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Kelly, Robert Edward. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Michigan State University; M.D. 
1981, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Kelsen, David Paul. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1968, Temple University; M.D. 1972, 
Hahnemann Medical College. 

Kemeny, Nancy Ellen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1967, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1971, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Kemker, Susan Stark. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1980, Indiana 
University; M.D. 1984, Indiana University School of 
Medicine. 

Kenefick, Timothy Hugh. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1980, Williams College; M.D. 1984, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Kenet, Barney Jonathan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1984, 

University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1988, Brown 

University Program in Medicine. 
Kenet, Robert O. Visiting Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, 

Harvard University; M.Phil. 1983, Yale University; M.D. 

1983, Yale University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1983, 

Yale University. 
Kenigsberg, Kenneth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. A.B. 1951, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1955, 

Harvard Medical School. 
Kent, Donald Lawrence. Clinical Instructor in 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 

North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brown 

University; M.D. 1972, Yale University School of 

Medicine. 

Kent, Donald Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1942, Cornell University; M.D. 
1945, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kent, Joan L. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1984, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



Keresztes, Roger Stephen. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
Yale University; M.D. 1987, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Kernan, Nancy Avery. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital B.A. 1974, Wheaton College; 
M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kernberg, Otto F. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1947, University 
of Chile Medical School (Chile); M.D. 1953, University 
of Chile Medical School (Chile). 

Kernberg, Paulina F. Associate Professor of Psychiatry 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1952, University of Chile Medical School (Chile); 
M.D. 1959, University of Chile Medical School (Chile). 

Kerner, Jon Fredrik. Associate Professor of Psychology in 
Public Health. Associate Attending Epidemiologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1972, 
McGill University (Canada); Ph.D. 1980, New York 
University. 

Kerr, Gregory Edmund. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1979, Bowdoin College; M.D. 1983, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Kessler, Alan Arden. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, State 
University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1978, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Kessler, Jeffrey T. Clinical Associate Professor of Neurol- 
ogy. Attending Neurologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1969, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Kessler, Karl. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Wesleyan University; 
M.D. 1987, University of Connecticut School of 
Medicine. 

Kessler, Martin Elliot. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Queens College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kestenbaum, Alan David. Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, Boston University; M.D. 1985, 
Boston University School of Medicine. 

Keyes, Craig Walter. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Adjunct Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
University of Wisconsin; B.S. 1978, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1983, University of Wisconsin Medical 
School. 

Khadavi, Michael Manoucher. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1964, University of 
Teheran (Iran). 

Khakoo, Yusuf Mohamedali. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. M.B.B.S. 1962, Grant Medical College of 
Bombay University (India). 

Khaneja, Satish Chander. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.S. 1967, All India 
Institute of Medical Sciences. 



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Khilnani, Neil Mansho. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist. New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. 1982, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1986. Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Rhine, Michael Maung. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, Catholic- 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.S. 
1959, University of Rangoon College of Medicine 
(Burma). 

Kho, Inocencio C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1963, 
University of Santo Tomas (Philippines); M.D. 1968. 
University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Khuri, Elizabeth Tyson. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Public Health. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Mount 
Holyoke College; M.D. 1957, Temple University School 
of Medicine. 

Kibel, Howard David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Columbia University; M.D. 1962, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kiehn, Timothy E. Professor of Clinical Microbiology in 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Microbiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1961, University of 
Notre Dame; B.S. 1963. University of Washington; M.S. 
1967, University of Arizona; Ph.D. 1971, University of 
Arizona. 

Kiev, Ari. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 1958, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Kim, Albert Nelson. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1981, Harvard University; M.D. 

1985, Columbia University College of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 

Kim, Hae Ahm. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1958, Seoul National University of Medicine 
(Korea). 

Kim, Young Sook. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1973, Korea University College of Medicine 
(Korea). 

Kimberly, Robert Parker. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1973, Harvard Medical School; B.A., 
M.A. 1978, Oxford University (United Kingdom). 

King, Arnold David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1955, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1959, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

King, Richard Hunter Stuart. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. M.B.B.Ch. 1973, Univer- 
sity of Dundee Faculty of Medicine (United Kingdom). 

King, Thomas K. C. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Medicine in Physiology and 
Biophysics. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1959, University of Edinburgh 
(United Kingdom); M.D. 1963, University of Edinburgh 
(United Kingdom). 



Kinne, David Weir. Professor of Surgery. Attending 

Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1957, Columbia University; M.D. 1964, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kirkham, Timothy Christopher. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1981, University of Leeds (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1985, University of Leeds (United 
Kingdom). 

Kirstein, Kenneth Scott. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971. Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1975, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kisnad, Hiten V. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1980, Topiwala Medical College of Bombay University 
(India). 

Kivell, Howard Neil. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(LIrology) (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1982, Jefferson Medical College. 

Klavins, Janis V. Professor of Pathology. Attending 

Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and 
Queens. M.D. 1948, C. Albrechts University, Kiel 
(Germany); Ph.D. 1959, C. Albrechts University, Kiel 
(Germany). 

Klaw, Elliot Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967. City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1971, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Kleifield, Erin Ilene. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Stanford University; M.S. 1985, Rutgers-The State 
Llniversity of New Jersey; Ph.D. 1989, Rutgers-The State 
LIniversity of New Jersey. 

Klein, Arthur Alan. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1968. Massachusetts Institute of Technol- 
ogy; M.D. 1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Klein, Harvey. William S. Paley Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1959, University of Chicago; M.D. 1963, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Klein, Irwin L. Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Llniversity 
of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1973, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Klein, Ludwig. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1955, Brooklyn College, City Llniversity of New York; 
M.D. 1959, Albany Medical College. 

Klein. Renate Franziska. Assistant Professor <>i Pathology 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
New York University; Ph.D. 1985, Cornell Llniversity. 

Klein, Victor R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore I niversit) Hospital B.A. 
1976, Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1980, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn 

Kleinman, Paula Holzman. Assistant Professor of Sociology 
in Public Health. B.A. 1959. Antioch College; Ph.D. 
1970, Columbia University. 



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Kligfield, Paul David. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Queens 
College, City University of New York; B.S. 1968, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1970, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Kline, Mitchell Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1985, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Kline, Susan Anderson. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1959, Ohio University; M.D. 1963, Northwestern 
University Medical School. 

Klinger, Ronald Fred. Clinical Instructor in Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Pace University; M.D. 1982, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 

Klingon, Gerald Harvey. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist. New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1942, Columbia University; M.D. 1945, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Kluger, Alan J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1979, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Klyde, Barry J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1969, Cornell University; M.D. 1974, Stanford Univer- 
sity School of Medicine. 

Knapper, William Hedrick. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1962, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 

Knowles, Richard J. R. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. B.S. 1965, St. Louis University; M.S. 1969, 
Cornell University; Ph.D. 1979, Polytechnic Institute of 
New York. 

Ko, Kathryn. Assistant Professor of Surgery 

(Neurosurgery). Attending Neurosurgeon, Jamaica 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, University of Hawaii; M.D. 1983, 
University of Hawaii School of Medicine. 

Ko, Li-Wen. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pathology. B.S. 
1972, National Taiwan University; M.S. 1975, University 
of Washington; Ph.D. 1979, Ohio State University. 

Kochen, Joseph A. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 

Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1952, McGill University (Canada); 
Ph.D. 1956, McGill University (Canada); M.D. I960, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Kocsis, James H. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Amherst 
College; M.D. 1968, Cornell University Medical College. 

Koduru, Prasad R. K. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Allied Health Professions Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1972, Andhra University 
(India); M.S. 1974, Andhra University (India); Ph.D. 
1979, Andhra University (India). 

Koenigsberg, Harold Warren. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1967, Columbia University; 
M A. 1969, Columbia University; M.D. 1974, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



Koff, Howard Daniel. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1982, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook Health Science Center. 

Kogan, Richard. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1982, Harvard Medical School. 

Koizumi, June Harumi. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, University of Chicago; M.D. 1976, 
University of Illinois College of Medicine. 

Kolchin, Richard Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1973, 
Yale University; M.D. 1981, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1984, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kolesnick, Richard Neal. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1974, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1978, University of Chicago Pritzker 
School of Medicine. 

Kolitz, Jonathan Eliahu. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, 
Yale University School of Medicine. 

Kolker, Anne Catherine. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, Tufts 
University; M.A. 1971, Hunter College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1980, Chicago Medical School. 

Komisar, Arnold. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending, Otolaryngology, 
Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 1968, Bradley University; 
D.D.S. 1972, New York University; M.D. 1975, 
Hahnemann Medical College. 

Konovitch, Jonathan W. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear 
and Throat Hospital. M.D. 1974, University Javeriana 
Faculty of Medicine (Colombia). 

Koop, C. Everett. Visiting Scholar. A.B. 1937, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1941, Cornell University Medical College; 
Sc.D. 1947, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Kopman, Aaron F. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Downtown Hospital. B.S. 1958, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1962, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Korelitz, Burton I. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 1947, 
Duke University; M.D. 1951, Boston University School 
of Medicine. 

Korey, Barry. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Sarah Lawrence College; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Kornblith, Alice B. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1967, University of 
Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1975, City University of New York 
Graduate School and University Center. 



Faculty of the Medical College 159 



Koteen, Herbert. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 
1935, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1939, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Koteen. Seymour M Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Periodontist), New York Hospital. D.D.S. 1941, New 
York University College of Dentistry. 

Kourides, lone Anne. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, Wellesley College; M.D. 1967. 
Harvard Medical School. 

Koutcher, Jason A. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Associate Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending 
Physician. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1972, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1979, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1979, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Koutras, Andreas. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1965, National University of 
Athens Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 

Kovner, Richard. Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology 
in Neuroscience. Attending Neuropsychologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1960, Queens College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1971, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook. 

Kraft, Howard J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1971, St. Lawrence University; M.D. 1975, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kramer, Elmer Ernest. Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Pathology. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1935, Tulane 
University; M.D. 1938, Tulane University School of 
Medicine. 

Kramer, Leni Ellen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Rheumatologist, La Guardia 
Hospital. Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. Physician to the Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1978, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1980, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Kramer, Marc B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Audiology 
in Otorhinolaryngology. Consultant. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1965, Temple University; 
M.A. 1967, Temple University; Ph.D. 1972, City 
University of New York Graduate School and 
University Center. 

Kramer, Samuel. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1956, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1962, University of California, Los Angeles, 
School of Medicine. 

Krauss, Dennis Harry. Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1984, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1985, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 



Krauss, Alfred Nathaniel. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Professor of Pediatrics in Physiology and 
Biophysics. Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1959, Cornell University; M.D. 1963. Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Krauss, Herbert H. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, Pennsylva- 
nia State University; M.S. 1962, Pennsylvania State 
University; Ph.D. 1966, Northwestern University. 

Krauss. Kenneth R. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1962, University of Rochester; M.D. 1965, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Kravis, Nathan Mark. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983. University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Krebs-Fernandez, Genevieve M. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1984, College of Mount St. Vincent; M.D. 1988, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Kreek, Mary Jeanne. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Adjunct Associate Professor of Public Health. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1958, Wellesley College; M.D. 1962, Columbia 
Llniversity College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kreis, Willi. Research Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1954, University of Zurich (Switzerland); Ph.D. 
1957, University of Basel (Switzerland). 

Kreissig, Ingrid. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Ophthalmol- 
ogy. M.D. 1960, F. Wilhelms University, Bonn 
(Germany). 

Krieger, Jonathan. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
City College, City University of New York; M.A. 1971, 
Columbia University; M.A. 1983, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1989, Fordham 
University. 

Krieger, Karl Hemingway. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Cardiothoracic). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1970, Amherst College; M.D. 1975, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Kriger, Frank Louis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.Sc. 
1973, University of Manitoba (Canada); M.Sc. 1976, 
University of Manitoba (Canada); Ph.D. 1981, York 
University (Canada), M.D. 1983, University of Manitoba 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Krilov, Leonard R. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1978, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Krim, Eileen Yvette. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York University; M.D. 1975. 
New York Medical College. 



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Kris, Mark Gregory. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Fordham Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical College. 

Krishnasastry, K. V. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital 
M.B.B.S. 1973, Guntur Medical College of Andhra 
University (India). 

Krol. George. Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Radiolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1968, Academy of 
Medicine, Krakow (Poland). 

Krook, Lennart. Professor of Radiology. D.V.M. 1953. 
Royal Veterinary College (Sweden); Ph.D. 1957, Royal 
Veterinary College (Sweden). 

Kross, Ronald Anthony. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1972, University of 
Connecticut; M.D. 1977, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Krown, Susan Ellen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1967, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1971, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Krueger, James Glenn. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1979, Princeton University; Ph.D. 1984, 
Rockefeller University; M.D. 1985, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Kruger, Robert S. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1969. Columbia University; M.P.H. 1973, Yale 
University; Ph.D. 1976, Yale University. 

Krupen, Jeffrey M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Adelphi University; M.D. 1982, 
New York Medical College. 

Kubec, Erwin Owen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1955, Fordham University; M.D. 1959, 
New York Medical College. 

Kudlak. Theresa Tatiana. Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Barnard College; M.A. 1972, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1979, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kuehl, Alexander E. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Surgery. Associate Professor of Clinical Public Health. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1966, 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1970, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse; M.P.H. 
1976, Johns Hopkins University. 

Kugler, Jay. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. Senior 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1978, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Kuhel, William I. Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 
University of Michigan; M.D. 1983, University of 
Michigan Medical School. 



Kulchycky. Sonia Olha. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kumar, Smita R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1981, South Gujarat University Government 
Medical College (India). 

Kunken, Frederic Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Attending Dentist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1963, University of 
Pittsburgh; D.M.D. 1967, University of Pittsburgh 
School of Dental Medicine. 

Kurtz, Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician. North Shore University Hospital 
M.D. 1948, New York University School of Medicine. 

Kurtz. Robert Chandler. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1964, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1968, Jefferson Medical College. 

Kushner, Brian Harris. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Harvard University; M.D. 
1976, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Kushner, Hillary S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 
1981, University of Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Kuslansky, Phillip. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1961, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1965, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kutcher, Gerald J. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Associate Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, City College. 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1973, City College, 
City University of New York. 

Kutnick, Richard T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, State University of New York at Buffalo; 
M.D. 1976, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Kutt. Henn. Professor Emeritus of Neurology. Emeritus 
Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 1950, Goethe Univer- 
sity, Frankfurt (Germany). 

Kwon, Nyoun Soo. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry in Medicine. M.D. 1982, Choong Ang 
University (Korea); M.S. 1984, Choong Ang University 
(Korea); Ph.D. 1989, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Labar, Douglas R. Assistant Professor of Neurology and 
Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1976, Muhlenberg 
College; Ph.D. 1981, Medical College of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1982, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Labarre, Robert Lawrence. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 1987. 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Laboard, Barbara A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1979, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 



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Labow, Samuel Barry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1958, McGill University (Canada); 
M.D.C.M. 1962, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Lachenmeyer, Juliane Rasic. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Senior Psychologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Manhattanville 
College; M A. 1968, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill; Ph.D. 1976, Columbia University. 

Lachmann. Elisabeth Amanda. Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending Physiatrist, 
New York Hospital. Clinical Assistant Physiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1983. 
Bryn Mawr College; M.D. 1987, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. 

Lacoius-Petruccelli. Alberto. Clinical Instructor in Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1952. Republica University (Uruguay). 

LaGuardia. Katherine Duer. Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, American 
University; M.D. 1981, George Washington University 
School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1987, Columbia University. 

Laino, Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1954, Brooklyn College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1963, University of Geneva (Switzer- 
land). 

Lalia, Madeline. Clinical Instaictor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1984, State University of New York 
at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Lamaute, Henry Robert. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1966, University of Haiti, 
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Lambertsen, Eleanor Catherine. Professor Emeritus of 
Nursing in Medicine. B.S. 1949, Columbia University. 
Teachers College; M.A. 1950, Columbia University, 
Teachers College; Ed.D. 1957, Columbia University, 
Teachers College. 

Lambroza, Arnon. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1980, Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1984, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Landau, Phyllis Susan. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1965, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1971, New York Medical College. 

Landis, Bernard. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, Syracuse University; M.A. 
1959, New School for Social Research; Ph.D. 1963, 
New School for Social Research. 

Landman, Elisheva. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, 
City College, City University of New York; M.S. 1977, 
Wagner College; M.D. 1981, University of Navarra 
Faculty of Medicine (Spain). 

Landolt, Allison Booth. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1941, Princeton University; M.D. 1944, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 



Landreth, Barbara Horan. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
New York University; M.D. 1987, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Lane, Frederick Ellison. Clinical Associate Professor 

Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1928. Columbia 
University; M.D. 1932, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lane, Joseph Michael. Professor of Surgeiy (Orthopedics). 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Consultant, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1961, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1965, Harvard Medical School. 

Lane, Lewis B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 
1970, Columbia University; M.D. 1974, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lang, Paul Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York University; M.D. 1973, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Lang, Samuel J. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Cardiothoracic). Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 
in Pediatrics. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. D.V.M. 
1974, Auburn University; M.D. 1978, University of 
Alabama School of Medicine. 

Lanoil, Jerry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1965. Brooklyn College. City University 
of New York; M.A. 1968, New School for Social 
Research; Ph.D. 1974, New School for Social Research. 

Lantz, Howard Theodore. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, New York University; M.D. 1970, New York 
Medical College. 

Lapi, Nicholas Frank. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1950. St. Francis College; 
M.D. 1957, University of Turin (Italy). 

Lappin, Richard Ian. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1979, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1986, Rockefeller Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical College. 

LaQuaglia, Michael Patrick. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettennu 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, New Jersey Institute of Technol- 
ogy; M.D. 1976, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 
Rutgers University. 

Laragh. John Henry. Hilda Altschul Master Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital 
M.D. 1948, Cornell University Medical College. 

LaRosa, James J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician. North Shore Universitj 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Fordham University; M.D. 1975, 
New York Medical College. 



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Larson, Martha Carlisle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1950, Carleton 
College; B.S. 1951, University of Minnesota; M.D. 1954, 
University of Minnesota Medical School. 

Larson, Steven Mark. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1963, University of Washington; M.D. 1968, 
University of Washington School of Medicine. 

La Sala, Stephen Ralph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
I 'niversity Hospital. B.S. 1966, St. John's College; M.D. 
1973, University of Montpellier (France). 

Laskin, Richard Sheldon. Professor of Clinical Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. I960, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1964, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

LaTrenta, Gregory Stephan. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. B.A. 
1976. Williams College; M.D. 1980, New York Medical 
College. 

LaTrenta, Linda Rose. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1985, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1989, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Lau, Nina Louie. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Laufer, Ludwig Gerald. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1948, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Laughlin, John S. Professor of Physics in Radiology. 

Attending Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Physicist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. A.B. 1940, Willamette University; M.A. 1942, 
Haverford College; M.S. 1942, Haverford College; Ph.D. 
1947, University of Illinois. 

Laurence, Jeffrey Conrad. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, Columbia University; M.D. 1976, University 
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Lavin, Thomas N. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
B.A. 1973, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1977, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Lavy, Uri. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. I960, Hebrew 
University (Israel). 

Lavyne, Michael Hugh. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Neurosurgery), 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1968, Williams 
College; M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical College. 

Lawrence, Loretta Pansini. Assistant Professor of Radiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1981, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 



Lax, Ruth Franceska. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York 
University; M.A. 1952, New York University; Ph.D. 
1961, New York University. 

Laxer, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, New York University; M.D. 1982, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Lazar, Zoe L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1969, Brandeis University; Ed.D. 1974. 
Boston University. 

Leahy, Robert L. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Yale University; M.S. 1972, 
Yale University; M.Phil. 1972, Yale University; Ph.D. 
1974, Yale University. 

Leavy, Barbara Fass. Adjunct Professor of English in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1964, Queens College, City University 
of New York; M.A. 1965, New York University; Ph.D. 
1968, New York University. 

Leber, George B. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 1976, 
Albany Medical College. 

Lebetkin, Lewis Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1968, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1977, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Leblanc, Patrick Elie. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Neonatologist, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1981, University 
of Haiti, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Lebowitz, Nancy Beth. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1982, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Lebwohl, David E. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical Assistant 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
A.B. 1976, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Lederberg, Joshua. Adjunct Professor of Genetics in 

Pediatrics. B.A. 1944, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1947, 
Yale University. 

Lederberg, Marguerite Stein. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Psychia- 
trist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Bryn Mawr 
College; M.D. 1961, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Ledger, William Joe. Given Foundation Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology (chairman). Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist-in-Chief, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1954, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1958, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Lee, Chin Ok. Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. B.S. 
1965, Seoul National University of Medicine (Korea); 
M.S. 1967, Seoul National University of Medicine 
(Korea); Ph.D. 1973, Indiana University School of 
Medicine. 



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Lee, Gene (Chin) W. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Senior 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. I960, Seoul National University of 
Medicine (Korea); M.D. 1964, Seoul National University 
of Medicine (Korea). 

Lee, Jason Chi. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Attending Dentist (Prosthodontist), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, National Taiwan 
University; D.D.S. 1962, National Taiwan University; 
D.D.S. 1967, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Lee, Robert Earl. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1948, Colgate University; M.D. 1952, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Lee, S. Philip. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1980, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Lefer, Jay. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1955, 
Faculty of Medicine, University of Lausanne (Switzer- 
land). 

Lefkowits, Henry Jesse. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1948, New York University; M.D. 1952, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Lefkowitz, Barry J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1978, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Lehman, Thomas Joseph Ansorge. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Associate Scientist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1970, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1974, Jefferson Medical College. 

Leibel, Rudolph Laurence. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1963, Colgate University; M.D. 1967, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Leidner, Sheldon David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1968, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1972, New York 
Medical College. 

Leitman, I. Michael. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1981, Boston University; M.D. 1985, 
Boston University School of Medicine. 

Lemchen, Marc Stuart. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Orthodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Lafayette College; D.M.D. 1970, Tufts University School 
of Dental Medicine. 

Lennon, Charles Andrew. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial). Assistant Attending 
Dentist (Prosthodontist), New York Hospital. D.M.D. 
1977, Fairleigh Dickinson University School of 
Dentistry. 

Lentini, Sebastian J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Endodontist), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; D.D.S. 1970, Howard 
University College of Dentistry. 



Leon, Andrew C. Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in 
Psychiatry. B.G.S. 1972, Ohio University; M.Ed. 1976, 
Florida A. and M. University; Ph.D. 1987, City College, 
City University of New York; M.S. 1989, Columbia 
University. 

Leonard, Garrick Hillman. Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980. Williams 
College; M.D. 1987, Harvard Medical School. 

Leopold, Richard Arnold. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1979, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1983, New York University School of Medicine. 

Lerman, Bruce Bart. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, Clark University; M.D. 1977, Loyola 
University Stritch School of Medicine. 

Lerner, Adele A. Associate Archivist. B.A. I960, University 
of Rochester; M.L.S. 1971, Columbia University. 

Lerner, Larry I. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1978, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Lescale, Keith Bryan. Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, Tulane 
University; M.D. 1987, Louisiana State University 
School of Medicine, New Orleans. 

Lese, Leo Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1951, New York University; M.D. 1955, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Lesesne, Carroll Boutell. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), Manhattan Eye, 
Ear and Throat Hospital. B.A. 1977, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1980, Duke University School of 
Medicine. 

Lesko, Lynna M. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Psychia- 
trist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Wheaton College; 
Ph.D. 1973, University of Rochester; M.D. 1977, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Lesser, Martin L. Associate Professor of Biostatistics in 
Public Health. A.B. 1974, Cornell University; M.S. 1976, 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; Ph.D. 1978. 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey. 

Levenbrown, Jack. Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiol- 
ogy. Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Radiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1968, George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Levi, Alexander Hecht. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Trinity College; 
M.B.A. 1969, Columbia University; M.A. 1973, Adelphi 
University; Ph.D. 1975, Adelphi University. 

Levi, Patrizia A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
M.D. 1966, University of Florence Faculty of Medicine 
and Surgery (Italy). 



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Levi, Roberto. Professor of Pharmacology. M.D. 1960, 

University of Florence Faculty of Medicine and Surgery 
(Italy). 

Levin, Aaron Reuben. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1948, University of Witwatersrand (South Africa); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1953, University of Witwatersrand (South 
Africa); Ph.D. 1968, University of Witwatersrand (South 
Africa). 

Levin, Arthur L. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. A.B. 1961, Harvard University; M.D. 
1965, Harvard Medical School. 

Levin, LeRoy R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, New York University; M.D. 1962, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Levin, Sheryl Rina. Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending Physiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Barnard College, M.D 
1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Levine, Barbara Sue. Assistant Professor of Nutrition in 
Medicine. B.S. 1973, Montclair State College; M.S. 1974, 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; Ph.D. 1983. 
New York University. 

Levine, Daniel M. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. A.B. 
1977, Earlham College; Ph.D. 1983, University of 
Maryland. 

Levine, David B. Professor of Clinical Surgery (Orthope- 
dics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1967, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Levine, David C. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, State 
LIniversity of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Levine, David Jeffrey. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Pedodontist ). 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, University of Cincinnati; 
D.D.S. 1972, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Levine, Harold L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
LTniversity Hospital. M.D. I960, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Levine, Melvin. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 

1960, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Levine, Michael R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1981, Columbia University; M.D. 1985, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Levine, Milton Isra. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1923, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1927, Cornell University Medical College. 

Levis, William Robert. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 

1961, University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1964, 
University of Wisconsin Medical School. 

Levitan, Jan V. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, St. Barnabas Medical 
Center. B.A. 1969, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1973, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



Levitt, Geraldine L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore- 
University Hospital. A.B. 1948, New York University; 
M.D. 1953, New York Medical College. 

Levitt, Margaret. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; M.S. 
1976, Hunter College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1988, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Levy, Brian L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital B.A. 
1975, Cornell University; M.D. 1979, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Levy. David Edward. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963. Harvard 
University; M.D. 1968. Harvard Medical School. 

Levy, Joseph. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1971. Hebrew University Hadassah Medical 
School (Israel). 

Levy, Morton. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1957, Washington University; M.D. 1961, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Levy, Robert N. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1950, New York University; M.D. 1954, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Levy-Ravetch, Miriam. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1975, Brooklyn College, City University 

of New York; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 

Medicine of Yeshiva University. 
Lewin, Margaret. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician. New York Hospital. B.S. 

1963. Purdue University; M.S. 1966, Rensselaer 

Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1977, Case Western Reserve 

University School of Medicine. 
Lewin, Michael Leon. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1970, Adelphi University; M.D. 1974, Universidad 

Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 
Lewis, Alfred B. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1949, Harvard University; M.D. 1953, University ol 

Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Lewis, Charles Mark. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 

1950, Columbia University College of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 

Lewis, John Leeman, Jr. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1952, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1957, Harvard Medical School. 

Lewisohn, Marjorie Greta. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1940, University of Michigan; M.D. 1944, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Ley, Allyn B. Clinical Professor of Medicine. A.B. 1939, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1942, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Lhamon, William Taylor. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1936, Stanford 
University; M.D. 1940, Stanford University School of 
Medicine. 

Li, Gloria C. Professor of Biophysics in Radiology. 
Attending Biophysicist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1963, National Taiwan University; 
M.S. 1966, University of Houston; Ph.D. 1971, Stanford 
University. 

Li, Yixin. Assistant Professor of Immunology in Medicine. 
B.S. 1976, University of Science and Technology of 
China; M.S. 1983. Institute of Radiation Medicine 
(China); Ph.D. 1985, Institute of Radiation Medicine 
(China). 

Libby, Daniel Miles. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, Columbia University; M.D. 1974, 
Baylor College of Medicine. 

Liberman. Laura. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1980, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1984, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Libin. Barry M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 
Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Periodontist), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1965. University of Rochester; 
D.D.S. 1969, New York University College of Dentistry; 
M.D.S. 1972, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Licciardi, Frederick L. Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Rutgers- 
The State University of New Jersey; M.D. 1986, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Lichtenfeld, Amy Dale. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Adjunct, Medicine, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 
1980, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1984, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Lichtenfeld, Peter J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1961, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1965, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Lichtenstein, Eric Stefan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Colgate University; M.D. 1968, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Lichtman, Stuart Marvin. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Lieberman, Bruce A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1970, New York Medical College. 

Lieberman, Frank S. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Neurolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Franklin and 
Marshall College; M.D. 1979, University of Chicago 
Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Lieberman, Jerrold S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1943, Cornell University; M.D. 1946, 
Cornell University Medical College. 



Lieberman, Philip Henry. Professor of Pathology. 

Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1947, New York University; M.S. 1949, 
New York University; M.D. 1953, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Lieberman. Roy H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediat- 
rics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Cornell University; M.D. 1963, 
New York Medical College. 

Liebowitz, Jerome Harvey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Trinity College; M.D. 1969, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lief-Dienstag, Deborah. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976. City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Liem, Heng. Associate Research Professor of Biochemistry 
in Pediatrics. M.D. 1959, University of Indonesia. 

Lien, Cynthia Ann. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1989, Brown University; M.D. 1985, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lifshey, Frederick M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969. State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; D.D.S. 1973, New York University 
College of Dentistry. 

Lightdale, Charles J. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

A. B. 1962, Princeton University; M.D. 1966, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lin, Andrew N. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

B. S. 1975, University of British Columbia (Canada); 
M.D. 1978, University of British Columbia Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Lin, Hong-Zen. Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthal- 
mology. Attending Ophthalmologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1966, Kaohsiung Medical 
College (Taiwan). 

Lin, Irene C. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1962, Barnard College; M.D. 
1966, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lin, Robert C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. I960, National Defense Medical Center, 
Shanghai (China). 

Lincoff, Anne Sydney. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978. 
Cornell University; M.D. 1982, New York Medical 
College. 

Lincoff, Harvey Allen. Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
A.B. 1943, Harvard University; M.D. 1948, University of 
Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 

Linder, Craig Michael. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1974, State University of New York at Stony Brook 
Health Science Center; M.D. 1980, American University 
of the Caribbean. Montserral (West Indies) 



166 Faculty of the Medical College 



Lindsay-Beltzer, Alison Colette. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1980, Queens College, City University of New York; 

M.D. 1984, Yale University School of Medicine. 
Ling, C. Clifton. Professor of Physics in Radiology. 

Attending Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. B.S. 1977, Oregon State University; Ph.D. 1971, 

University of Washington. 
Linsky, Ronald M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1953, Columbia University; M.D. 1957, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lipkin, Martin. Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1946, New York 
University; M.D. 1950, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Lipper, Evelyn G. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1966, Simmons College; M.D. 1971, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Lippman, Neal. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology; M.D. 1986, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Lipson, Steven Mark. Assistant Professor of Microbiology 
in Medicine. B.S. 1967, Long Island University; M.S. 
1972, C.W. Post College; Ph.D. 1982, New York 
University. 

Lipton, Edgar Louis. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1948, Bowman Gray School of 
Medicine. 

Lissak, Louis Jay. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1964, University 
of Dayton; M.D. 1969, Chicago Medical School. 

Lister, Elena Goldstein. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1982, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Lister, Philip. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Hampshire 
College; M.D. 1979, Duke University School of 
Medicine. 

Lituchy, Stanley. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1951, New York University; M.D. 1955, New York 
LIniversity School of Medicine. 

Liu, Hung-Ching. Assistant Professor of Reproductive 
Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1965, 
Taiwan Normal University; Ph.D. 1969, Wayne State 
University. 

Lizzi, Frederic L. Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmic Physics 
in Ophthalmology. B.E.E. 1963, Manhattan College; 
M.S. 1965, Columbia University; D.Sc. 1971, Columbia 
University. 

Lo, Siu Kong. Assistant Professor of Physiology in 

Medicine. B.S. 1979, National Taiwan University; M A. 

1982, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; Ph.D. 

1987, Albany Medical College. 
Loeb, Laurence. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1949, University of Cincinnati; M.D. 1953, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Loery, William Heywood. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Public Health. B.S. 1942, Harvard University; M.D. 

1945, Cornell University Medical College; M.P.H. 1952, 

Columbia University. 
Lombardi, George Vincent. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1978, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1980, New York University School of Medicine. 
Longo, Peter James. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Drew University; M.D. 1981, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 
Loo, Marcus Hsieu-Hong. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 

1981, Cornell LIniversity Medical College. 
Looker, Andrew N. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1969, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Lopez, Ralph Ivan. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1963, Fordham University; M.D. 1967, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Lopez-Ovejero, Jorge Andres. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1965, University of Buenos Aires Faculty 
of Medicine (Argentina). 

Loranger, Armand Walter. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. M.A. 1955. Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1958, Fordham University. 

Lord, David Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, University of New 
Hampshire; M.A. 1957, University of Tennessee; Ph.D. 
1962, University of Tennessee. 

Lorinstein, [. Barry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, Johns Hopkins 
University; Ph.D. 1973, University of Rochester. 

LoSasso, Thomas James. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Principal Physicist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1972, Polytechnic 
Institute of Brooklyn; M.E. 1974, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1981, New York University. 

Lovecchio, John L. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1970, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; M.S. 1971, 
Long Island University; M.D. 1975, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Lowe, Franklin Charles. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Princeton University; M.P.H. 

1979, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lowenthal, Irwin S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1956, New York University; 
D.M. 1964, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Lowry, Stephen F. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1969, Ohio Wesleyan University; M.D. 1973, University 
of Michigan Medical School. 



Faculty of the Medical College 167 



Lu, Dongfeng. Assistant Professor of Physics in Radiology. 
Allied Health Professions Adjunct Staff North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1982, Beijing University 
(China); M.S. 1986, Case Western Reserve University; 
Ph.D. 1991, University of Pennsylvania. 

Luallen, Mary A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of Tennessee; M.S. 
1975, Adelphi University; Ph.D. 1978, Adelphi 
University. 

Lubelski, Ruth. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1978, Tel Aviv 
University Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Luber, M. Philip. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1976, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lubin, Matthew Bruce. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1984, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Lubov, Gary. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Alfred University; M.D. 1981, 
Universidad del Noreste (Mexico). 

Lucas, John. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1972, Brown University; M.D. 1978, Pennsylvania 
State University College of Medicine. 

Lucente, Vincent R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1981, State University 
of New York College at Pittsburgh; M.D. 1985, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook Health Science 
Center. 

Luciano, Anthony L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1981, G. d'Annunzio Free Study 
University Faculty of Medicine (Italy). 

Luger, Norton M. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1940, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1944, St. Louis University 
School of Medicine. 

Lukash, Frederick N. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, Tulane University; M.D. 1973, 
Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Lumerman, Harry. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Oral Pathology), New York Hospital. D.D.S. 1961, 
New York University College of Dentistry. 

Lunin, Lois F. Adjunct Associate Professor of Radiology. 
A.B. 1945, Radcliffe College; M.S. 1966, Drexel 
University. 

Lusic, Judith Ruth. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Yale Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1982, University of California, San Francisco, 
School of Medicine. 

Lusky, Monika Dorothea. Assistant Professor of Microbiol- 
ogy. B.A. 1973, A. Ludwig University, Freiburg 
(Germany); M.A. 1975, A. Ludwig University, Freiburg 
(Germany); M.S. 1977, A. Ludwig University, Freiburg 
(Germany); Ph.D. 1980, A. Ludwig University, Freiburg 
(Germany). 



Lusskin, Shari Isa. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. B.A. 
1982, Williams College; M.D. 1986, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Lyden, John Pierpont. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1961, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1965, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Ma, Joseph H. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, Columbia University; M.D. 1983, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Maack, Thomas. Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. 
Professor of Physiology in Medicine. M.D. 1961. 
University of Sao Paulo ( Brazil). 

Machlin, Lawrence J. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Nutrition in Medicine. B.S. 1948, Cornell University; 
M.N.S. 1949, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1953, 
Georgetown University. 

Macina, Gregory. Clinical Instructor in Medicine (Cour- 
tesy). Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Attending Physician, St. Johns Queens 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Fairfield 
University; M.D. 1979, Loyola University Stritch School 
of Medicine. 

Mackel, Robert Georges. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1968, University of Heidelberg 
(Germany); M.A. 1971, University of Zurich (Switzer- 
land); Ph.D. 1978, Rockefeller University. 

MacKenzie, Charles Ronald. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1974, University of Western Ontario 
(Canada); M.D. 1977, University of Calgary Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

MacLeish, Peter R. Professor of Physiology in Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. B.E. 
1969, University of Western Ontario (Canada); Ph.D. 
1977, Harvard University. 

Macphail, Stuart. Assistant Professor of Immunology in 
Surgery. Research Scientist, North Shore University 
Hospital. Ph.D. 1975, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom). 

Macris, Nicholas Theodore. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1958, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Madad, Saiyeda S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1969, Nishtar Medical College (Pakistan). 

Madden, John Leo. Adjunct Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. M.D. 1937, 
George Washington University School of Medicine. 

Madden, Michael Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Jamaica 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Holy Cross College; M.D. 1976, 
George Washington University School of Medicine. 



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Madeb, Isaac. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Urology). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. M.B. 1969. French Faculty of Medicine and 
Pharmacology, University of St. Joseph (Lebanon); 
M.D. 1972, University of Paris (France). 

Madhavan, Shantha. Assistant Professor of Public Health in 
Medicine Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.S. 
1953, Madras University (India); M.S. 1956, Kerala 
University Medical College (India); M.S. 1962, Stanford 
University; D.P.H. 1982, Columbia University. 

Magai, Carol Z. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. B.A. 1967, Michigan State University; 
M.A. 1969, Michigan State University; Ph.D. 1980, 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey. 

Mageras, Gikas. Assistant Professor of Physics in Radiol- 
ogy. Assistant Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.S. 1978, University of California, 
Berkeley; Ph.D. 1982, Columbia University. 

Maggio. Louis Joseph. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Attending Anesthesiologist. New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1956, New York University; M.D. I960. Seton Hall 
College of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Magid. Margret L. Schwartz. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Princeton University; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Magid. Norman Mark. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1980, Johns Hopkins LIniversity 
School of Medicine. 

Magid. Steven Kay. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, New- 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972. Brandeis University; M.D. 
1976. Cornell University Medical College. 

Magramm, Irene. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and 
Throat Hospital. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Barnard College; M.D. 
1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Mahler. John Chetwood, Jr. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill; M.D. 1984, University of North Carolina 
School of Medicine. 

Mahler. Richard Joseph. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, New York University; M.D. 1959, 
New York Medical College. 

Maiese. Kenneth. Assistant Professor of Neurology and 
Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1981, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1985, Cornell University Medical College. 

Mailloux. Lionel U. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1958. Georgetown University; M.D. 1962, 
Hahnemann Medical College. 

Maisel, Richard Howard. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1982, Sophie Davis School of Biomedical 
Education, City University of New York; M.D. 1984, 
New York Medical College. 



Makari, George Jack. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, Brown 
University; M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Malavade, Vijayalaxmi E. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. I. Sc. 1959. Armed Forces Medical College, 
Poona University (India); M B. B.S. 1964, Nehru Medical 
School, Karnatak University (India). 

Malen, Richard Lewis Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1966, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1970, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Malhotra. Vinod. Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesi- 
ology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1974, Delhi University College of Medical 
Sciences (India). 

Malkary, Joseph Warren Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1954, Brown University; M.D. 1958, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Malkin. Mark Gordon Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Neurolo- 
gist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1979, University of 
Toronto Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Mallon. Nancy Tyrrell. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Rosemont College; M.S. 1976. Georgetown University; 
M.D. 1980, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Maltz, Charles. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1964, Brooklyn College. City University of 
New York; A.M. 1965, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1969, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1975, University of Pennsyl- 
vania School of Medicine. 

Mamelok, Alfred Edgar. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1944, Columbia University; M.D. 1946, 
New York Medical College. 

Mancuso, Carol Ann. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician. Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1980, Polytechnic Institute of New York; M.D. 1986. 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Mandava. Nageswara Rao. Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon. Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.S. 1979. Andhra 
University (India). 

Mandel, Francine Sharon. Assistant Professor of Biostatis- 
tics in Public Health. Research Biostatistician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, State University of 
New York College at Oswego; M.A. 1979. Columbia 
University; Ed.M. 1979, Columbia University; M.Phil. 
1980, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1986. Columbia 
University. 

Mandelbaum, Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1957, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Mandelblatt, Jeanne S. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Physician. 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, University of Southern 
California; M.D. 1976, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Manevitz, Alan. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
Brooklyn College. City University of New York; M.P.H. 
1980, Columbia University; M.D. 1980, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Maniatis, Charlyn C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Wellesley College; J.D. 1972, 
Harvard University; M.P.H. 1978, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1979, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Mann, Samuel Joseph. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York University; M.D. 1972, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Manne, Sharon L. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Assistant Psychologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Professional Associate, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1980, University of Illinois; M.A. 
1983, Arizona State University; Ph.D. 1987, Arizona 
State University. 

Manning, Donna. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1972, Vassar College; M.D. 1979, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Manning, James Matthew. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. I960, Boston College; Ph.D. 1966, 
Tufts University. 

Marano, Michael A. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1977, Seton Hall University; M.D. 1981, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Marbury, Benjamin Edward. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Anesthesiology. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1939, University of Missouri; M.S. 1941, Louisiana 
State University; B.S. 1942, University of Missouri; M.D. 
1944, Washington University Medical Center. 

Marchbein, Harvey Steven. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1971, Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1975, Medical College of Wisconsin. 

Marchisello, Peter Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1943, Manhattan College; M.D. 1948, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Marciano, Mark Russell. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1954, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Marcove, Ralph Carl. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, Boston 
University; M.D. 1954, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Marcus, Aaron Jacob. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 
Medicine in Pathology. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1948, University of Virginia; M.D. 1953, 
New York Medical College. 



Marcus, Judith Ann. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1970, Cornell University; M.S. 
1971, University of Chicago; M.D. 1980, State Univer- 
sity of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Marcus, Philip. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, Columbia University; M.D. 1973, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Mares. Ruxandra. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate. 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1971, Bucharest Medical 
School (Romania). 

Margouleff, Donald. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1950, Tufts University; M.D. 1956, 
University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Margulies, Paul Laurence. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1966, University of Chicago; M.D. 1970, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Margulis, Stephen Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Brown University; M.D. 1981, 
Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Marin, Michael M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Marino, John Steven. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1979, New York Medical College. 

Markenson, Joseph A. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1965, Boston University; M.S. 1966, 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; M.D. 1970, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Markisz, John Anthony. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1962, New York University; Ph.D. 1966, New York 
University; M.D. 1980, University of Miami School of 
Medicine. 

Markman-Reubins, Beatriz. Clinical Instructor in Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1973, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Markovics, Sharon B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Skidmore 
College; M.D. 1975, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
of Yeshiva University. 

Markowitz, James. Associate Professor of Pediatrics 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Williams College; M.D. 
1977, Cornell University Medical College. 

Markowitz, John C. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1976, Columbia University; M.A. 1978, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1982, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Marks, Alan B. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Senior Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1978, New York 
Medical College. 

Marks, Andrea M. Clinical Associate Professor of Pedial 
rics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Bryn Mawr College; M.D. 1972, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Marks. Paul A. Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Honorary 
Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1945, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1949, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Marks, Rosemarie Fusco. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Hunter College, City University of 
New York; M.S. 1970, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1974, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1981, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Marks, Stephen J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1967, Cornell University; M.A. 1968, Yale University; 
M.D. 1974, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Marsden, Philip D. Visiting Professor of Public Health. 
Adjunct Professor of Medicine. M.B.B.S. 1956, 
University College Hospital Medical School, London 
(United Kingdom); M.D. 1965, University College 
Hospital Medical School, London (United Kingdom). 

Marsh, Franklin, Jr. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1973, Canisius College; M.D. 1978, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Marsh, Jonathan Harris. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1982, Haverford College; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook Health Science 
Center. 

Marshall, Florence N. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1944, 
Wellesley College; M.D. 1948, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Marshall, Victor F. Professor Emeritus of Surgery (Urol- 
ogy). Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. Emeritus 
Staff. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1937, University of Virginia School of Medicine. 

Martens, Frederick W. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. M.E.E. 1949, Stevens Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Martin, Daniel S. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. Attending 
Surgeon, St. Mary's Hospital of Brooklyn. Attending 
Surgeon, St. Johns Queens Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1944, New York University School of Medicine. 

Martini, Nael. Professor of Surgery. Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1951, 
American University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1955, 
American University of Beirut (Lebanon). 

Martucci, Charles P. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 
Surgery. B.A. 1962, Hunter College, City LIniversity of 
New York; M.A. 1965, City College, City University of 
New York; Ph.D. 1972, Columbia University. 



Marx, William L. Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesi- 
ology. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Rockhurst 
College; M.D. 1973, University of Kansas Medical 
Center School of Medicine. 

Marzuk, Peter Michael. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1978, Brown University; M.D. 1982, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Marzulli, Vincent F. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1949, 
New York University; M.D. 1955, University of Bologna 
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Mascitelli, Robert Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1970, College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1974, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Mason, Irwin Ira. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1966, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Massie, Mary Jane. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Psychia- 
trist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of 
Wyoming; M.D. 1973, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Massih, Raga A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.Ch. 1958, Ain Shams 
University Faculty of Medicine (Egypt). 

Mast, Joelle. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Smith College; M.A. 1976, Ohio State University; Ph.D. 
1979, Ohio State University; M.D. 1982, University of 
Miami School of Medicine. 

Masterson, James Francis. Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1951, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Masterson, Mary Ellen. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, College of 
New Rochelle; M.A. 1972, Columbia University; M.S. 
1978, Cornell University. 

Mastrangelo, Ralph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Columbia University; M.S. 1978, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1982, State LIniversity of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Mastrota. Vincent F. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1954, Villanova University; M.D. 1959, University of 
Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Mastrovito, Rene C. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1949, Cornell University; M.S. 
1951, Ohio State University; M.D. 1957, Baylor College 
of Medicine. 

Masur, Milton Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1963, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



Faculty of the Medical College 171 



Matos-Rivera, Irma Maria. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976. 

Fordham University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 

Medical College. 
Matthews, Dwight E. Associate Professor of Biochemistry 

in Medicine. Associate Professor of Biochemistry in 

Surgery. B.A. 1973, Depauw University; Ph.D. 1977, 

Indiana University. 
Mattis, Steven. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology 

in Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New 

York Hospital. B.S. 1960, City College, City University 

of New York; Ph.D. 1965, Columbia University. 
Mattson, Marlin Roy Albin. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1961, University of Washington; M.D. 

1965, University of Washington School of Medicine. 
Mattucci, Kenneth F. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1960, Alfred University; M.D. 

1964, Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 
Mauri, Thomas M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Senior 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.S. 1976, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 

M.D. 1980, Albany Medical College. 
Mauss, Irving H. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics. 

Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 

1935, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1940, School of Medicine of the Royal College of 

Scotland (United Kingdom). 
May, Michael. Assistant Professor of Pathology. Assistant 

Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital: B.A. 1979, 

Columbia University; M.D. 1983, Tel Aviv University 

Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 
Mayer, David Alan. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Clinical 

Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Lafayette 

College; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College. 
Mayer, Joseph C. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.A. 1952, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1956, 

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Mayer, Klaus. Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending 

Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Attending 

Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1945, 

Queens College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1950, University of Groningen (Netherlands). 
Mazor, David Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 

A. B. 1959, University of Rochester; M.D. 1965, 
University of Bologna (Italy). 

Mazzarella, Paolo. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1959, Lafayette College; M.D. 1966, University of 
Bologna Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

McBride, P. Anne. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Professor of Psychiatry in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1973, Brown University; M.D. 1978, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

McCabe, John Cordell. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, University of 
North Carolina; M.D. 1967, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 



McCaffrey, Timothy Andrew. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology in Medicine. B.A. 1979, St. Mary's University of 
San Antonio; M.S. 1983, Purdue University; Ph.D. 1985, 
Purdue University. 

McCarron, James Patrick, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Yale 
University; M.D. 1968, University of Virginia School of 
Medicine. 

McCarthy, Eucharia Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1964, National University of 
Ireland. 

McCarthy, Eugene Gregory. Clinical Professor of Public 
Health. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 
I960, Yale University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1962, 
Johns Hopkins University. 

McCarthy, Richard Herbert. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Fordham University; M.A. 1977, 
Fordham University; Ph.D. 1981, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1984, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

McCormack, Patricia Marie. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1954, Manhattanville 
College; M.D. 1958, Georgetown University School of 
Medicine. 

McCormack, Richard Ronald, Jr. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1969, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1971, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

McCormick, Beryl. Associate Professor of Radiation 

Oncology in Medicine. Associate Attending Radiation 
Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1969, Douglass College; M.D. 1973, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

McCrory, Wallace Willard. Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1941, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1944, University of Wisconsin Medical 
School. 

McCullough, Laurence Bernard. Adjunct Associate 

Professor of Ethics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. A.B. 
1969, Williams College; Ph.D. 1975, University of 
Texas, Austin. 

McDougall, Carl Javier. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1978, Rochester Institute of Technology; M.D. 1982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

McDowall, Robert H. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1978, College of 
Wooster; M.D. 1982, University of Cincinnati College of 
Medicine. 

McDowell, Fletcher Hughes. Winifred Masterson Burke 
Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine. Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1944, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1947, Cornell 
University Medical College. 



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McGovern, John Hugh. Clinical Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1947, Columbia University; M.D. 1952, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

McGovern, Thomas P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.E.E. 1968, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College. 

McGuire, Barbara Alice. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1974, Brown University; 
Ph.D. 1981, University of Pennsylvania. 

McKaba, Donald G. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1956, Washington and Lee University; M.D. 1960. Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

McKinley, Matthew J. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Manhattan College; M.D. 1975, 
Creighton University School of Medicine. 

McLaughlin, Reginald David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1971, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

McLean, Alan Angus. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. M.D. 1948, Long Island College of 
Medicine. 

McLemore, George Ammie, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1948, Harvard Medical 
School. 

McLure, Thomas Carlyle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 
1968, Tulane University; M.D. 1971, Tulane University 
School of Medicine. 

McMahon, Patrick Vincent. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1973, Iona 
College; M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical College. 

McMahon, Sandra E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, American 
University; M.S. 1972, American University; M.D. 1979, 
New York University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1979, 
New York University. 

McNally, Lois Marie. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. Attending Ophthalmologist, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1978, 
New York University; M.D. 1982, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

McNutt, Edith. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1964, Wellesley College; M.D. 1968, Harvard 
Medical School. 

McNutt, N. Scott. Professor of Pathology. Professor of 
Pathology in Medicine. Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1961, University of Arizona; M.S. 
1962, University of Arizona; M.D. 1966, Harvard 
Medical School. 



McSherry, Charles K. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1953, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

McVicar, Melinda Inez. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1958, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1962, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Mead, Allen Walter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, Davidson College; M.D. 1953, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Mead, Sharon C. H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1951, Vassar College; M.D. 1955, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Medow, Norman Bret. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. I960, Lycoming College; M.D. 
1966, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Meiland, Hanne Tidemand. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Aarhus 
University (Denmark); M.D. 1982, University of 
Copenhagen (Denmark). 

Meisel, Barry A. Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of Rochester; M.D. 
1970, New York Medical College. 

Meister, Alton. Israel Rogosin Professor Emeritus of 

Biochemistry. B.S. 1942, Harvard University; M.D. 1945, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Melamed, Michael L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1972, Vilnius University 
Faculty of Medicine (U.S.S.R.). 

Melendez, Jose A. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Melester, Timothy S. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1976, College of William and Mary; M.D. 

1980, University of Virginia School of Medicine. 
Melgar, Michael J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.S. 1981, State University of New York at Binghamton; 

M.S. 1983, Georgetown University; M.D. 1987, Albany 

Medical College. 
Melinger, Andrew Seth. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Dentist (Endodontist), New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1974, University of Pennsylvania; D.M.D. 

1978, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental 

Medicine. 

Mellors, Robert C. Professor Emeritus of Pathology. 

Honorary Staff, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1937, 
Western Reserve University; M.A. 1938, Western 
Reserve University; Ph.D. 1940, Western Reserve 
University; M.D. 1943, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Mellow, Ellen M. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College. 



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Meltzer, Marc J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.D. 1984, New York University School of Medicine. 

Mendel, Julius G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1952, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1956, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Mendell, Nelson I. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Endodontist), New York Hospital. A.B. 1961, 
University of Pennsylvania; D.M.D. 1965, Tufts 
University School of Dental Medicine. 

Mendelsohn, Eric M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, State University of 
New York at Binghamton; M.A. 1979, Yeshiva 
University; Ph.D. 1979, Yeshiva University. 

Mendelsohn, John. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1958, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1963, Harvard Medical School. 

Mendelson, Robert Ivan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1983, Lehigh University; M.D. 1985, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 

Mercer, Geraldine O'Leary. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Iona College; M.S. 1983, Long 
Island University; M.D. 1987, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Merkler, Richard Gary. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1971, Haverford College; M.D. 1975, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Meron, Jacob. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, New York University; M.D. 1966, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Merrick, Samuel Thompson. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, Harvard University; M.D. 1988, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 

Meryash, David L. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediat- 
rics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1973, Stanford University; M.D. 1977, 
University of California, Davis, School of Medicine. 

Meshkati, Taghi. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, La Guardia Hospital. 
M.D. 1959, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Mesibov, William Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1958, Union 
College; M.D. 1962, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Messawer, Henry J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M B. B.S. 1948, University of Cairo, Mansura Medical 
School (Egypt). 

Messina, Anthony G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Adjunct, Anesthesiology, 
Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1976, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1981, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 



Messinger, David Brian. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1983, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1987, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Messinger, William J. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Medicine. Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1933, University of Rochester; M.A. 1936, George 
Washington University; M.D. 1936, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Meth, Rachelle. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Barnard College; M.D. 1984, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Meyers, Barnett Samuel. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Brandeis University; M.D. 1966, 
New York LIniversity School of Medicine. 

Meyers, Michael B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York 
University; M.D. 1973, Jefferson Medical College. 

Meyers, Paul Andrew. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1970, Brown 
University; M.D. 1973, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Michelis, Michael Frank. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1959, Columbia College; M.D. 1963, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Michels, Robert. Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean. 
Barklie McKee Henry Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1953, 
University of Chicago; M.D. 1958, Northwestern 
University Medical School. 

Mikawa, Takashi. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. M.S. 1977, Kyoto University (Japan); Ph.D. 
1980, Kyoto University (Japan). 

Mike, Valerie. Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics in Public 
Health. B.A. 1956, Manhattanville College; M.S. 1959, 
New York University; Ph.D. 1967, New York Univer- 
sity. 

Miles, William J. Clinical Instructor of Dermatology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1957, Syracuse University; M.D. 1962, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Milhorat, Ade T. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1924, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1928, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Militana, Charles Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, New York 
University; M.D. 1979, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Miller, Carlyle Harvey. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1971, Columbia University; M.D. 1975, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Miller, Daniel George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor of Public Health. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1945, Colgate University; 
M.D. 1948, State University of New York at Buffalo 

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Miller, David Eugene. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, University of Georgia; 
M.D. 1967, Medical College of Georgia. 

Miller, David Hopkins. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1972, Harvard University; M.D. 1976, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 

Miller. Dennis. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Associate 
Adjunct Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1982, Rush Medical College. 

Miller, Frank Tobias. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Washington and Jefferson College; 
M.D. 1971, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Miller, Ilene Jo. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Miller, Laurence H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1973. Columbia 
University; M.D. 1977, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Miller, Theodore Robert. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1933, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 

Miller, Wilson H., Jr. Instructor in Medicine. Instructor, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, 
Princeton University; Ph.D. 1983, Albany Medical 
College; M.D. 1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Miller-Kowal, Suanne. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1982, Nicholas Copernicus Medical 
Academy (Poland). 

Millman, Robert B. Saul P. Steinberg Distinguished 
Professor of Psychiatry and Public Health (acting 
chairman, Public Health). Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Cornell University; M.D. 
1965, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Mills, Alex K. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, University of Manitoba (Canada); 
M.B.B.S. 1981, University of Manitoba Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Milner, Teresa Ann. Associate Professor of Neuroscience. 
B.S. 1978, University of California, Irvine; Ph.D. 1982, 
University of California, San Diego. 

Miner, George Wesley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Adelphi 
University; M.D. 1970, Medical College of Virginia. 

Mines, Martin Frederick. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, Bucknell University; M.D. 1953, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Minick, Charles Richard. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, University 
of Wyoming; M.D. I960, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Mininberg, David T. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Yale University; M.D. 1961, 
New York Medical College. 



Minoli, Guy Nicholas. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Fordham University; D.D.S. 
1983, State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Dentistry. 

Minsky, Bruce David. Associate Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Associate Attending Radiation 
Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1977, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1982, 
University of Massachusetts Medical School. 

Mintz, Guy L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, Boston University; M.D. 1984, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Mir, Mumtaz. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1959, S.P. College (India); M.B.B.S. 1964, 
Lady Hardinge Medical College (India). 

Mirchandani, Rukma. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1952, Grant Medical 
College of Bombay University (India). 

Mirkin, Gary S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Ohio State University; M.D. 1982, 
Ohio State University College of Medicine. 

Mirrer, Gerald P. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1943, Wagner College; M.D. 
1946, New York University School of Medicine. 

Mishrick, Abdallah S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.M.S. 1945, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 1950, Ibrahim Pasha University 
(Egypt); M.B.B.Ch. 1950, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 

Miskovitz, Paul Frederick. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, St. Barnabas Hospital. B.S. 
1971, State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
M.D. 1975, Cornell University Medical College. 

Misthos, Maria. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1983, New York University; M.D. 1987, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Mistretta, Anthony J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, University of Notre 
Dame; M.D. 1955, University of Bologna Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Mitchell, Jack L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 
Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Pedodontist), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Case Western Reserve 
University; D.D.S. 1972, New York University College 
of Dentistry. 

Mitgang, Charles A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1975, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Mitnick, David Andrew. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1983, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1987, Cornell University 
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Mitra, Nirmala. Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Neurologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1966, Government Medical College, Kashmir 
University (India). 

Mizrahi, Abraham M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1955, Manchester College; M.D. I960, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Mobarak, Ahmed. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1957, University of Cairo, Faculty 
of Medicine (Egypt). 

Moccio, Carmine G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, New York University; M.D. 1972, New York 
Medical College. 

Modlin, Sheryl Fridie. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Instructor, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1985, Northwestern University; M.D. 1987, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

Mohacsy, Ildiko. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1950, Budapest University (Hungary). 

Mohan, Radhe. Professor of Physics in Radiology. 

Attending Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Ph.D. 1969, Duke University. 

Mohandes, Enci. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1974, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Moises, Marie-Jacqueline. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1980, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Mok, Edward K. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1968, 
University of Hong Kong. 

Moldawer, Lyle Leonard. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy. 
Ph.D. 1986, University of Goteborg (Sweden). 

Molloy, Thomas J. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.F.A. 1978, 
Rhode Island School of Design; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook Health Science 
Center. 

Monder, Carl. Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry in 
Pediatrics. Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry. B.S. 
1950, City College, City University of New York; M.S. 
1952, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1956, University of 
Wisconsin. 

Mondschein, Leonard J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1969, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Montero, Gerardo Miguel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1974, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Moodhe, Carole Lysaght. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1980, 
Tufts University; M.A. 1983, New School for Social 
Research; M.D. 1988, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



Mooney, James P. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1956, New York Medical 
College. 

Moore, Anne. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1965, Smith College; M.D. 1969, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Moore, Francis Xavier. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1946, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Moore, James A. Professor Emeritus of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1930, Davidson College; M.D. 1934, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Moore, Michael P. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1973, Boston College; M.D. 1980, Loyola 
University Stritch School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1980, 
Loyola University. 

Morosini, Charles Joseph. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1956, Fordham University; M.D. I960, Jefferson Medical 
College. 

Morrison, John B. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. S. I960, St. Lawrence University; M.D. 1964, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Morrison, John Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1974, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Morrissey, Kevin Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Williams College; M.D. 1965, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Mortati, Saverio Giuseppe. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1947, Fordham University; M.D. 1951, 
New York University School of Medicine; M.S. 1972, 
Columbia University. 

Moses, Donald A. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Senior 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1958, Bates College; M.D. 1962, New 
York Medical College. 

Moses, John B. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Psychia- 
try. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1942, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1945, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Moses-Grant, Florence. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Instructor, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1979, Temple University; M.D. 1984, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 

Moseson, Michael David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1975, 
Universidad Autonoma Madrid (Spain). 

Mossey, Robert Thomas. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1965, Assumption College; M.D. 1969, St. 
Louis University School of Medicine. 

Mott, Kenneth E. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 1961, 
Purdue University, Indianapolis; M.D. 1964, Cornell 
University Medical College; M.P.H. 1972, Harvard 
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Motzer, Robert John. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Hope College; 
M.D. 1981, University of Michigan Medical School. 

Mi luradian, Janet A. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1961, 
I niversity of Baghdad College of Medic ine (Iraq). 

Muchnick, Richard Stuart. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Cornell University; M.D. 
1967, Cornell University Medical College 

Muecke, Edward Carl. Clinical Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1953, Reed College; M.D. 1957, Cornell 
I 'niversity Medical College. 

Mueller, Franco B. Associate Professor of Medicine. M.D. 
1981, University of Basel Faculty of Medicine (Switzer- 
land). 

Muller, William Anthony. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1975, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1981, 
Rockefeller University; M.D. 1982, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Muller-Eberhard, Ursula. Professor of Pediatrics. Professor 
of Pharmacology. M.D. 1953, G. August University, 
Goettingen (Germany). 

Mullin. Gerard Emmanuel. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1981, William Paterson College; M.D. 1985, University 
of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical 
School. 

Munich. Richard L. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1961, 
Yale University; M.D. 1965, University of Kentucky 
College of Medicine. 

Muroff, Melvin. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1943, City College, City University 
of New York; M.S. 1947, City College, City University 
of New York; Ph.D. 1954, University of Kansas. 

Murphy, M. Lois. Professor of Pediatrics. Emeritus Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1939, 
University of Nebraska; M.D. 1944, University of 
Nebraska College of Medicine. 

Murphy, Randall Bertrand. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry in Psychiatry. B.S. 1970, University of 
Southern California; Ph.D. 1975, University of Southern 
California. 

Murray, Henry Wilke. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Mushlin, Stuart Baice. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 

of Medicine. B.A. 1969, University of Rochester; M.D. 

1973, Cornell University Medical College. 
Muss, Elizabeth C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1964, Skidmore College; M.D. 1968, New York Medical 

College. 

Mustalish, Anthony Charles. Assistant Professor of 

Emergency Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, New York University; M.D. 1966, 
New York University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1971, 
Harvard School of Public Health. 



Myers, David D. Associate Professor of Comparative 
Pathology in Clinical Pathology. B.S. 1955, University 
of Minnesota; D.V.M. 1957, University of Minnesota; 
M.S. 1962, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1965, Universitj 
of Illinois. 

Myers, W.P. Laird. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1943, Yale University; M.D. 1945, 
Columbia LJniversity College of Physicians and 
Surgeons; M.S. 1952, University of Minnesota. 

Myers, Wayne Alan. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, 
University of Arkansas; M.D. 1956, Columbia Universil 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Myhre, Mira. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1972, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.L.S. 1975, 
Queens College, City University of New York. 

Myridakis, Dorothy Jean. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1984, National University of Athens Faculty of 
Medicine (Greece). 

Myskowski, Patricia Lois. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1972, Brown 
University; M.S. 1974, Brown University; M.D. 1975, 
Brown LJniversity Program in Medicine. 

Nachman, Ralph L. E. Hugh Luckey Distinguished 

Professor in Medicine (chairman). Physician-in-Chief, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Vanderbilt University; 
M.D. 1956, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. 

Nadel, Alfred Joel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Union College; M.D. I960, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Nagel, Doris B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

B.A. 1957, Cornell University; M.D. 1964, Boston 

University School of Medicine. 
Nagler, Jerry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B./ 

1969. Columbia University; M.D. 1973, Yale University 

School of Medicine. 
Nagler, Willibald. Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine in 

Surgery. Physiatrist-in-Chief, New York Hospital. 

Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 1958, 

University of Vienna (Austria). 
Nahas, Abbas D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

M.D. I960, Damascus University (Syria); M.S. 1967, 

New York University; Ph.D. 1980, University of 

Minnesota. 

Naidich, James B. Professor of Radiology. Attending 

Radiologist, North Shore LJniversity Hospital. B.A. 196 
New York University; M.D. 1965, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Najarian, Louis M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, University of Rhode 
Island; M.D. 1968, St. Louis University School of 
Medicine. 

Namerow, David Mark. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1968, Hunter College, City University c 
New York; M.D. 1972, University of Louisville School 
of Medicine. 



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Nanus, David Michael. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1978, University of Illinois, Urbana; M.D. 
1982, Chicago Medical School. 

Napoli, Michael John. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1970. St. John's University; M.D. 1974, Creighton 
University School of Medicine. 

Napoliello, Michael John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1962, Fordham University; M.D. 1966, 
New York University School of Medicine; M B. A. 1980, 
Xavier University. 

Narasimhan, Parthasarathy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 

A. B. 1952, Madras University (India); M.D. 1956. 
Madras University (India). 

Nardi, Dominic J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973. Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1975, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Nash, Thomas William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1978, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Nass, Ruth Deborah. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. B.A. 1969, Brandeis University; M.D. 1975, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Nathan, Carl. Stanton Griffis Distinguished Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1967, Harvard University; M.D. 1972, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Nathan, Sharon G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, Wellesley College; 
Ph.D. 1978, New York University; M.P.H. 1981, 
Columbia University. 

Natke, Ernest, Jr. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.A. 1973, Colgate University; Ph.D. 
1978, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Natoli, Richard C. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1957, University of North 
Carolina; M.D. 1963, University of Bologna Faculty of 
Medicine and Surgery (Italy). 

Naysan, Parviz. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1964, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Neal, Gregory Scott. Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Texas A&M University; 
M.S. 1984, Texas A&M University; M.D. 1988, Texas 
A&M University Medical School. 

Nealon, Nancy M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Manhattanville College; M.D. 1975, 
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. 

Nedergaard, Maiken. Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. 
Assistant Professor of Neurology in Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1981, University of Copenhagen 
(Denmark); M.D. 1983, Copenhagen University Faculty 
of Medicine (Denmark); Ph.D. 1988. Copenhagen 
University Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 



Negrin, Jordan Adam. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1981, Columbia University; M.D. 1985, Tel Aviv 
University Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Neistadt, Louis D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
B.A. 1968, Columbia University; M.D. 1972, Stanford 
University School of Medicine. 

Nelson, Deena J. Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Yale University; 
M.D. 1977, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Nelson, Roy Leslie. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Lafayette College; M.D. 1971, University of 
Brussels (Belgium). 

Nenner, Robert R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
I'niversity Hospital. M.D. 1950, Maximilians University, 
Munich (Germany). 

Nersessian, Edward. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1970, Catholic University of Louvain 
(Belgium). 

Neschis, Ronald. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1959, Columbia University; M.D. 1963, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Nesin, Mirjana. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1983, 
University of Belgrade School of Medicine (Yugosla- 
via). 

Ness, Amen. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Neumann, Karl. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, Syracuse University; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Neumann, Peter R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1971, University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 
1975, State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Nevins, Stuart Tobias. Clinical Instructor of 

Otorhinolaryngology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Brown University; M.D. 
I960, Albany Medical College. 

New, Maria Iandolo. Harold and Percy Uris Professor ot 
Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism. Professor of 
Pediatrics (chairman). Pediatrician-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1950, Cornell University; M.D. 
1954, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 

Newborn, Robert James. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1984, 
Union College; M.D. 1986, Albany Medical College. 

Newman, Allen I. Clinical Assistant Professor ot Psychiatry 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, Cornell University; M.D. 1957, Chicago 
Medical School. 



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Newman, Stephen M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1968, Fairleigh 
Dickinson University; M.D. 1972, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine 

Newman-Cedar, Meryl Fern. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1981, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Ngeow, Jeffrey Y. F. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1968, University of 
London (United Kingdom); M B. B.S. 1971, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Nguyen, Hai Thanh. Associate Professor of Comparative 
Pathology in Clinical Pathology. V.M.D. 1964, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.S. 1979, University of 
Florida. 

Niceta, Piero O. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1958, University of Milan (Italy). 

Nicholas, James A. Clinical Professor of Surgery (Orthope- 
dics). Attending, Orthopedic Surgery, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 
1942, New York University; M.D. 1945, Long Island 
College of Medicine. 

Nichols, Jeffrey Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1968, Columbia College; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Nicholson, Andrew C. Assistant Professor of Comparative 
Pathology in Pathology. B.S. 1973, Michigan State 
University; D.V.M. 1976, Michigan State University; 
Ph.D. 1992, Cornell University. 

Nicholson, John Perry. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Brown University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; M B A. 
1983, New York University. 

Nickel, William F. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1930, 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1934, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Nicoll, Daniel Jules. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York University; 
M.D. 1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Nikkila, Heli P. Instructor of Biochemistry in Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1981, University of Kuopio (Finland); M.S. 1982, 
University of Kuopio (Finland); Ph.D. 1988, University 
of Illinois, Urbana. 

Nininger, James E. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Kenyon College; M.D. 1974, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Nir, Yehuda. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1958, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical 
School (Israel). 

Nisce, Lourdes Z. Professor of Radiology. Attending 

Radiologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1946, University 
of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 



Noble, Lawrence. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1981, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Nodelman, Samuel G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1971, 
Riga Medical School (Latvia). 
Noel, Gary J. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College- 
Nolan, Karen A. Instructor in Neuroscience (Courtesy). 

A. B. 1976, Brandeis University; M.A. 1980, Johns 
Hopkins University; Ph.D. 1982, Johns Hopkins 
University. 

Nonkin, Paul Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1950, New York University; M.D. 1954, 
New York Medical College. 

Norton, Larry. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1968, University of Rochester; M.D. 1972, 
Columbia LIniversity College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Notterman, Daniel A. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Professor of Pediatrics in Surgery. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Pharmacology. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Cornell University; M.A. 1978, Tufts University; M.D. 
1978, New York University School of Medicine. 

Notterman, Rebecca Feldsher. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1952, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Novitch. Richard S. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1983, Universidad del Noreste 
(Mexico). 

Novogrodsky, Abraham. Professor of Biochemistry. 
Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine. M.D. I960, 
Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School (Israel); 
Ph.D. 1973, Weitzmann Institute of Science (Israel). 

Nowak, Eugene John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Providence College; M.D. 1975, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Noy, Noa. Associate Research Professor of Physiology in 
Medicine. Associate Research Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1976, Tel Aviv University (Israel); 
M.S. 1978, Tel Aviv University (Israel); Ph.D. 1981, Tel 
Aviv University (Israel). 

Noyes, Nicole L. Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, University of Vermont; 
M.D. 1986, University of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Nunberg, Henry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1954, Harvard University; L.L.B. 1957, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1962, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Nunez, Eladio A. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. B.S. 1951, St. John's University; M.S. 1953, 
St. John's University; Ph.D. 1964, New York University. 



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Nyclick, Irwin. Clinical Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Attending Physician. 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1945, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1948, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Nydick, Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1953, Hobart and William Smith College; 
M.D. 1957, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Nyer, Kenneth Lloyd. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1984, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

O'Brien, James P. Instaictor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1976, Fordham University; M.D. 1981, 
Dartmouth Medical School. 

O'Brien, Stephen James. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic- 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, 
University of Virginia School of Medicine 

Obstbaum, Stephen A. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Attending, Ophthalmology, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, Manhattan Eye, 
Ear and Throat Hospital. A.B. 1963, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; M.D. 1967, New York 
Medical College. 

Ochoa, Manuel, Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1951, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1955, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Odell, Peter M. Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Bowdoin College; M.D. 1968, 
Tufts University School of Medicine. 

O'Donnell, Michael E. Associate Professor of Microbiology. 
B.S. 1975, University of Portland; Ph.D. 1982, Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 

Oettgen, Herbert F. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1951, University of Cologne (Germany). 

Offit, Avodah K. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1952, Hunter College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1967, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Offit, Kenneth. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Professor of Public Health. Assistant Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

A. B. 1977, Princeton University; M.P.H. 1981, Harvard 
School of Public Health; M.D. 1982, Harvard Medical 
School. 

O'Grady, John William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. 

B. A. 1964, Columbia University; M.D. 1970, New York 
Medical College. 

Ojamaa, Kaie. Visiting Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
in Medicine. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1975, McGill University 
(Canada); M.S. 1978, McGill University (Canada); Ph.D. 
1985, Pennsylvania State University. 



Okamoto, Michiko. Professor of Pharmacology. Professor 
of Pharmacology in Anesthesiology. B.S. 1954, Tokyo 
College of Pharmacy (Japan); M.S. 1957, Purdue 
University; Ph.D. 1964, Cornell University. 

Okin, Peter Michael. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1976, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Okolicany, Juraj. Visiting Assistant Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. M.D. 1974, Comenius University, 
Bratislava (Czechoslovakia); Ph.D. 1982, Slovak 
Academy of Science (Czechoslovakia). 

O'Leary, Patrick F. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery 
Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Adjunct, Surgery, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1968, National University of 
Ireland. 

O'Leary, William Michael. Professor of Microbiology. B.S. 
1952, University of Pittsburgh; M.S. 1953, University of 
Pittsburgh, Ph.D. 1957, University of Pittsburgh. 

Olicker, Stanley David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1953, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

O'Loughlin, John Edward. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, Boston College; M.D. 1971, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Olson, Madelyn Elvira. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Neurologist, North Shore University Hospital. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1956, University of Minnesota; M.D. 1967, University of 
Minnesota Medical School. 

O'Moore, Paul Vincent. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1983, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

O'Neill, Mark Francis Xavier. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Adjunct Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 

1961, Georgetown University; M.D. 1965, Georgetown 

University School of Medicine. 
Ong, Lawrence Y. C. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.S. 1972, Massachusetts Institute 

of Technology; M.D. 1976, University of California, San 

Francisco. 

Oppenheimer, Peter D. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University- 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Long Island University; M.D. 1980. 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Orange, Michael. Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1943, New York University; M.D. 1945, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Ordover, Jeffry. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital 
A.B. 1964, Brown University; M.D. 1968, Wayne State 
LIniversity School of Medicine. 

O'Reilly. Richard J. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1964, 
College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1968, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 



180 Faculty of the Medical College 



Orens. Perry A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1950, Hunter College. City Universit) "I 
New York; M.S. 1952, University of Leiden (Nether- 
lands); M.D. 1956, University of California, Los 
Angeles, School of Medicine. 

< >rlic, Peter Thomas. Clincial Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1985, Carnegie-Mellon University; M.D. 1989. New 
York Medical College. 

Orner. Hersch. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. M.A. 1974, University of Buenos Aires 
(Argentina); M.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1977, 
Yeshiva University; M.D. 1983, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Ornstein. Sharone B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1981. University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Orr-Andrawes, Alison. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Wellesley College; M.D. 1981. University of Texas 
Medical School at Galveston. 

Orvieto. Lawrence D. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
I960, Niagara University; D.D.S. 1964, Georgetown 
University School of Dentistry. 

Osborne, Michael Piers. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1970. University 
of London (United Kingdom); M.S. 1980, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

O'Shaughnessy, Alice Marie. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, St. John's University; 
M.D. 1969, Medical College of Wisconsin. 

( Jstreich, Richard Alan. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1977, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Ostroff. Jamie. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Assistant Psychologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Professional Associate. New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1982, Tufts University; M.S. 1985. 
Vanderbilt University; Ph.D. 1988. Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity. 

Otis, James C. Associate Professor of Applied Biomechan- 
ics in Surgery. Associate Scientist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Engineer, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Biomedical Engineer. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1967, 
Tufts University; M.S. 1969, Tufts University; Ph.D. 
1974, Case Western Reserve University. 

Oyaizu, Naoki. Assistant Professor of Immunology in 
Pediatrics. Research Adjunct Staff. North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1979. Kansai Medical School 
(Japan); D.M.Sc. 1985, Kansai Medical School (Japan). 

Pace, Leonard D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, George Washington University; 
M.D. 1957, George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Pack, Philip David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Periodontist). 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, State University of New- 
York at Binghamton; D.M.D. 1976, Tufts University 
School of Dental Medicine. 



Packer. Samuel. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Associate Professor ol Clinical Radiology. Attending 
Ophthalmologist. North Shore University Hospital. 
Attending Radiologist. North Shore Llniversity Hospital. 
B.A. 1962, New York University; M.D. 1966, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Padmanabhan. Vellore Thiruvengadam. Associate 

Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1959, 
Government Medical College. Mysore University 
(India); M.D. 1962, All India Institute of Medical 
Sciences. 

Paget. Stephen Alan. Assoc late Professoi of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1971. State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Paglia. Michael Anthony. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1949, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1953. New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Pahwa. Savita G. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 

Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.B.B.S. 1970, Lady Hardinge Medical College 
(India). 

Palevsky. Gerald. Adjunct Professor of Engineering in 
Public Health. B.S. 1947, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; 
M.S. 1949, Columbia University; M.C.E. 1951, New 
York University; Sc.D. 1978, Columbia University. 

Paley. Winston B. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1961, Columbia University; M.D. 1965. New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Palma. James Peter. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969. Hofstra University; M.D. 

1975. University of Rome (Italy). 

Palmer. Lawrence G. Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. A.B. 1970. Swarthmore College; Ph.D. 

1976, University of Pennsylvania. 

Paltzik. Robert L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Queens College. City University of New York; M.D. 
1971, New York University School of Medicine. 

Palumbo. Joseph Michael. Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1981, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1985. George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Panicek. David M. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1976, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Panter, Gideon G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. New York Hospital. B.A. 1956, Cornell 
University; M.D. I960, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Pape, Jean William. Associate Professor of Medicine. B.S. 
1971, Columbia University; M.D. 1975, Cornell 
University Medical College. 



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Pappas, Thomas William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1978, Colgate University; M.D. 1983, 

Cornell University Medical College. 
Pardee, Joel David. Associate Professor of Cell Biology 

and Anatomy. B.S. 1973, Colorado State University; 

Ph.D. 1978, Colorado State University. 
Pardes, Jorge G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 

M.D. 1976, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 

Medicine (Argentina). 
jParisi, Patrick Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.S. 1983, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 

M.D. 1985, Albany Medical College. 
Pansier, Simon Claude. Clinical Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Otolaryngologist. 

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Attending 

Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 19S - , 

Columbia College; M.D. 1961, Boston University 

School of Medicine. 
Park, Benjamin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

M.D. 1965, Seoul National University of Medicine 

(Korea). 

Parker, Lynda Michele. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, C.W. Post College; M.A. 1970, New 
York University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Parker, Thomas Stephan. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1968, California State University; 
Ph.D. 1975, University of California, Los Angeles. 

Parnell, Vincent A., Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Parris, Anthony Christos. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1978, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Parrish, Edward James. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Duke University; M.S. 1976, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine; M.D. 1980, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 

Partridge, Henry S. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Consult- 
ant, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1964, 
College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1968, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Pascarelli, Emil F. Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical 
Public Health. B.A. 1952, Columbia University; M.D. 
1958, University of Pavia (Italy). 

Pascoe, Leigh. Assistant Professor of Genetics in Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1979, University of Melbourne (Australia); Ph.D. 
1985, University of Sydney (Australia). 

Pasmantier, Mark W. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Amherst College; M.D. 1966, New 
York University School of Medicine. 



Passik, Steven David. Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Assistant Psychologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1983, New School for 
Social Research; Ph.D. 1990, New School for Social 
Research. 

Pasternak. Gavril W. Professor of Neurology and Neuro- 
science. Professor of Pharmacology. Attending 
Neurologist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969. 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1973, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1974, Johns 
Hopkins LIniversity School of Medicine 

Pastorek, Norman Joseph. Clinical Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Associate Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. I960, 
Augustana College; M.D. 1964, University of Illinois 
College of Medicine 

Patafio. Onofrio. Instructor in Anesthesiology. Assistant 
Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1977, Fordham University; M.D. 1982, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Pathak, Rameshwar. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1974, Prince of Wales Medical 
College, Patna LIniversity (India). 

Paton, David. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology. 

Attending Ophthalmologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. Associate Attending Ophthal- 
mologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1956, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Patten, John Talbot. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, University of Melbourne 
(Australia). 

Patterson, Robert Lee, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Honorary Staff, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1928, University of Georgia; M.D. 1932, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Patterson, Russel H., Jr. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon-in-Charge (Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1948, Stanford University; M.D. 1952, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Pauker, Samuel L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, University of Rochester; M.D. 
1980, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Paul, Edward Mark. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1978, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1982, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Paul, Morris O. Assistant Professor of Microbiology in 
Pediatrics. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1967, University of Guyana; 
M.S. 1971, University of the West Indies (Jamaic.i >. 
Ph.D. 1977, University of Manchester (United King- 
dom). 

Pavlakis, Steven George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician. New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Brown University; M.D. 1979, 
Brown University Program in Medicine. 



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Pavlov, Helene. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Temple 
University; M.D. 1972, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 

Payne, Mary Ann. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 

Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1935, Hood 

College; M A. 1941, University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. 

1943, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1945, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Paynton, Barbara Vivienne. Assistant Professor of 

Reproductive Biology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.S. 

1974, Upsala College; B.A. 1975, Upsala College; Ph.D. 

1980, Jefferson Medical College. 
Pearce. David Barry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist. 

New York Hospital. B.A. I960, Union College; M.D. 

1966, New York Medical College. 
Pecker, Mark Steven. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in 

Physiology and Biophysics. Associate Attending 

Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Brown 

University; M.D. 1977, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Pegler, Cynthia R. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, 
Union College; M.D. 1984, Albany Medical College. 

Pelcovitz, David. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Senior Psychologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1974, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania. 

Pclino, David Franklin. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Boston 
College; M.S. 1977, University of Georgia; M.D. 1984. 
Medical College of Georgia. 

Pellicci, Paul M. Associate Professor of Surgery (Orthope- 
dics). Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1971, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1975, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Pellman, Carl M. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Amherst College; M.D. 1958, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Pender, Vivian Sara Blotnick. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1965, State University of New York 
College at Cortland; M.D. 1969, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. 

Pentlow, Keith. Assistant Professor of Physics in Clinical 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1961, University of 
London (United Kingdom); M.S. 1972, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Perelman, Michael A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison; M.S. 1973, Columbia University, 
Teachers College; Ph.D. 1976, Columbia University, 
Teachers College. 



Perelstein, Eduardo M. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital B.A. 1968, 
University of Buenos Aires (Argentina); M.D. 1974, 
University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine 
(Argentina). 

Peretz, Walter L. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B 
1947, Princeton University; M.D. 1952, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Pergolizzi. Robert George. Assistant Professor of Pathol- 
ogy. B.S. 1971, Hofstra University; M.A. 1974, Hofstra 
Llniversity; M.A. 1976, Columbia University; M.Phil. 
1978, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1979, Columbia 
University. 

Perlick, Deborah Ann. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Yale University; Ph.D. 1977, 
Columbia University. 

Perlin, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Clinical 
Affiliate, St. Barnabas Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1976, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Perlmutter, Robert Ashley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1981, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Perlstein, Abraham Phillip. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1949, University 
of Oregon; M.D. 1953, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Perman, Joshua M. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1937, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 
19-41, University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Perone, Robert William. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, Brandeis University; M.D. 1982, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Perpignano, Margaret I. Cuomo. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1977, St. John's University; 
M.D. 1981, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Perrone, Francis S. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 1950, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Perry, Henry Daniel. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1971, University of Cincinnati College 
of Medicine. 

Perry, Jonathan Thomas. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial). Assistant Attending 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1981, Vassar College; D.D.S. 1985, New York 
University College of Dentistry. 

Perry, Samuel Wesley, III. Professor of Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1967, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Peskin, Mervyn Max. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. I960, University of Witwatersrand (South 
Africa); L.L.B. 1963, University of Witwatersrand (South 
Africa); M.B.B.Ch. 1971, University of Witwatersrand 
(South Africa). 

Peters, John Christopher. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1977, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1981, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Peters, Nancy. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1944, Cornell University; M.D. 1948, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Peters, Robert Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Manhattan College; M.D. 1978, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Peterson, Hart deC. Clinical Professor of Neurology. 

Clinical Professor of Neurology in Pediatrics. Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. Attending Neurologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1954, Middlebury 
College; M.D. 1958, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Peterson, Mark Earl. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. B.S. 1974, University of Minnesota; 
D.V.M. 1976, University of Minnesota. 

Peterson, Powers. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1969, Northwestern University, B.S. 1972, 
University of Georgia; M.D. 1975, Medical College of 
Georgia. 

Peterson, Ralph E. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 

Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1940, Kansas 
State College; M.S. 1941, Kansas State College; M.D. 
1946, Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Petito, Frank A. Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1967, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Petrek, Jeanne Ann. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, Case Western Reserve 
University; M.D. 1973, Case Western Reserve University 
School of Medicine. 

Peyser, Ellen Rees. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Oberlin College; M.D. 1974, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Pfeffer, Cynthia R. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Douglass 
College; M.D. 1968, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Pfister, David Gerard. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1977, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1982, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Phansalkar, Shubha. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1974, G.S. Seth Medical College of 
Bombay University (India). 

Phillips, Arthur. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1962, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1966, New 
York University School of Medicine. 



Phillips, Barbara Anne. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Adjunct, Ophthalmology, 
Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1971, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Phillips, Malcolm Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Amherst College; M.D. 1976, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Phillips, Steven C. Adjunct Associate Professor of Public 
Health. A.B. 1969, Stanford University; M.D. 1973, 
Stanford University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1979, 
University of California, Los Angeles. 

Philson, Arthur De Long. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1938, 
University of Notre Dame; M.D. 1942, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Piaser, Frederick J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, Rider College; M.D. 1976, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Picard, Daniel L. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1968, Paris University 
(France); M.D. 1974, Paris Medical School (France). 

Piccaro, Ernest R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist, New 
York Hospital. D.D.S. 1953, State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Dentistry. 

Picciano, Jacqueline. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1950, Trinity 
College; M.S. 1952, Catholic University of America; 
M.B.A. 1986, Rutgers-The State University of New 
Jersey. 

Piccione, Gary A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1941, Princeton University; M.D. 1944, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Pickel, Virginia Margaret. Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 

1965, University of Tennessee; M.S. 1967, University of 
Tennessee; Ph.D. 1970, Vanderbilt University School of 
Medicine. 

Picker, William Richard. Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University, Teaneck; M.A. 1981, Oklahoma State 
University; Ph.D. 1984, Oklahoma State University. 

Pickering, Thomas George. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962. 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 

1966, Cambridge University Medical School (United 
Kingdom); M.A. 1968, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1970, Oxford University (United 
Kingdom). 

Pierri, Mary Kathryn Madeline. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Manhattanville College; M.D. 1974, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. 

Pietrucha, Dorothy Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; M.D. 1968, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 



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Pinchoff, Barry Scott. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Senior Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Pini, Riccardo. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

M.D. 1977, University of Florence Faculty of Medicine 

and Surgery (Italy). 
Pinto, John. Associate Research Professor of Biochemistry 

in Medicine. B.S. 1968, St. John Fisher College; Ph.D. 

1974, University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. 

J. Medical School. 
Pipala, Joseph H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.S. 1975, Manhattan College; M.A. 1976, Columbia 

University; M.D. 1980, Georgetown University School 

of Medicine. 

Piskacek, Vladimir Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1956, Charles 
University, Prague (Czechoslovakia). 

Pitts, William Reid, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1963. Princeton 
University; M.D. 1967, Harvard Medical School. 

Pizzarello, Roy Anthony. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1969, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Pizzi, Walter Francis. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon. Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Cornell University; M.D. 
1958, New York Medical College. 

Pletcher, Beth Ann. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Stanford University; M.D. 1982, 
Rush Medical College. 

Plum, Fred. Anne Parrish Titzell Professor of Neurology 
(chairman). Neurologist-in-Chief, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. Consult- 
ant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending 
Neurologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1944, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1947, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Poeschla, Brian Doering. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, Duke 
University; M.D. 1986, Emory University School of 
Medicine. 

Poker, Nathan. Professor Emeritus of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1942, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1950, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Polan, H. Jonathan. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Princeton University; M.D. 1979, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Pollak, Charles. Associate Professor of Neurology in 

Psychiatry. Associate Professor of Neurology. Associate 
Attending Neurologist in Psychiatry, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1962, University of Michigan (Dearborn); 
M.D. 1967, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 



Pollak, Harvey Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 
1971, Chicago Medical School. 

Polsky, Bruce Warren. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, University of 
Michigan; M.D. 1980, Wayne State University School of 
Medicine. 

Pomerantz, Kenneth Barry. Assistant Professor of 

Physiology in Medicine. B.A. 1974, Adelphi University; 
Ph.D. 1981, Georgetown University. 

Pon, Steven. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1984, New York University- 
School of Medicine. 

Poole, Thomas Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1962, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1966, Harvard Medical School. 

Poon, Eric Sin-Kam. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1982, Universidad La Salle Escuela de 
Medicina (Mexico). 

Popkin, Robert Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1949, Hofstra University; M.D. 1954, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Porges, Andrew Jay. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1982, Princeton University; M.D. 1986, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Portenoy, Russell Keith. Associate Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Associate Attending Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1980, University of Maryland 
School of Medicine. 

Portlock, Carol Swanson. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1966, Stanford 
University; M.D. 1971, Stanford University School of 
Medicine. 

Positano, Rock Gerard. Clinical Instructor in Public Health 
(Courtesy). Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1981, New York University; M.S. 1984, New York 
University School of Medicine; D.P.M. 1988, New York 
College of Podiatric Medicine; M.P.H. 1989, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Posner, David Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 
1977, State University of New York at Albany; M.D. 
1981, New York Medical College. 

Posner, Jerome B. Professor of Neurology and Neuro- 
science. Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1951, University of Washington; 
M.D. 1955, University of Washington School of 
Medicine. 

Posnett, David Neil. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1975, University of Geneva (Switzerland). 



Faculty of the Medical College 185 



Post. Martin R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1963, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1967, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Potor, Aurelia. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1936, Western 
Reserve University; M.D. 1941, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Pottanat. Joseph V. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1964, Kerala 
University Medical College (India). 

Potter, Hollis Gromisch. Assistant Professor of Radiology 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Radiologist. New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1980, Smith College; M.D. 1985, New 
York Medical College. 

Potters. Louis. Assistant Professor of Radiology. B.S. 1981, 
Emory- University; M.D. 1985, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Powchik, Peter. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. B.A. 

1979. State University of New York College at 
Purchase; M.D. 1983, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Powell. Dionne Rose. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry 
(Courtesy). Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1980, Oberlin College; M.D. 1984, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Powell, Saul Reuben. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 
in Surgery. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1976, Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacology and Science; Ph.D. 1983, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 



Powers, Edward William, III. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Clinical Instructor of Surgery in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Surgeon ( Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1963, Fairfield 
University; M.S. 1964, Fordham University; M.D. 1968, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Prager, Mindy Ellen. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1986, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1986, Albany Medical 
College. 

Pratila, Margaret Gwendoline. Associate Professor of 

Clinical Anesthesiology. Associate Attending Anesthesi- 
ologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.B.B.Ch. 1958, University of Wales (United Kingdom). 

Pravda, Ian. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, Bates College; M.D. 
1970, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Preibisz, Jacek Jan. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1957. Academy of Medicine, Warsaw 
(Poland); D M. Sc. 1971, Academy of Medicine, Warsaw 
(Poland). 

Preminger, Ben Israel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 

New York Hospital. B.A. 1969. Hartwick College; M.D. 

1975, University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine and 

Surgery (Italy). 
Presti, Salvatore. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Associate Attending Pediatrician. Lenox Hill Hospital. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

M.D. 1978, Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore Faculty 

of Medicine (Italy). 




All previous recipients of the Elliot Hochstein Award gather during the Alumni Reunion on May #. 1992, on 
the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the award 



186 Faculty of the Medical College- 



Price, John Marshall. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1949. Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1952, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Price, Stephen Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1955, Cornell Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Price, Winston S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College. 

Prince, Alfred M. Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology. 
B.A. 1949, Yale University; M.A. 1951, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1955, Western Reserve University. 

Prince, Henry K. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1973, State University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 
1977, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Prince, Ivin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Prosthodontist), New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, New 
York University; D.D.S. 1948, Columbia University 
v hool of Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Prioleau, Philip Gendron. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of Virginia; M.D. 1967, 
Medical University of South Carolina. 

Pritchett, R.A. Rees. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1944, 
Houghton College; M.D. 1948, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Procaccino, Angelo J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Manhattan College; M.D. 1979, 
New York Medical College. 

Proschaska, Hans Joaquim. Assistant Professor of 
Pharmacology. Assistant Member, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. 1981, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey; M.D. 1986, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1986, Johns 
Hopkins University. 

Pruden, Peter Hotard. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1975, Colgate University; D.D.S. 1979, 
Case Western Reserve University. 

Prus, Edward Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, Georgetown University; D.D.S. 
1972, Georgetown University School of Dentristy. 

Prusnofsky, Leslie. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1977, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Puccio, Joanne. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, Vassar 
College; M.D. 1986, New York University School of 
Medicine. 



Puckett, Reginald T, Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, University 
of Richmond; M.S. 1963, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 
1965, University of Illinois; M.D. 1976, University of 
Illinois College of Medicine. 

Pulsinelli, William Anthony. Adjunct Professor of 
Neurology and Neuroscience. B.S. 1965, Villanova 
University; Ph.D. 1970, University of Utah College of 
Medicine; M.D. 1973, University of Utah College of 
Medicine. 

Purpura, Keith Paul. Instructor in Neuroscience. Ph.D. 
1988, Rockefeller University. 

Putnam, John Joseph. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Attending Dentist. New 
York Hospital. D.D.S. 1952, State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Dentistry. 

Pytlak, Edna Anne. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1979, State University of New York at Albany; 
M.D. 1983, Albany Medical College. 

Quan, Stuart H. Q. Clinical Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.D. 1945, Harvard Medical School. 

Quen, Jacques Marc. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1948, 
Bethany College; M.S. 1950, Brown University; M.D. 
1954, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Quimby, Fred W. Associate Professor of Pathology. D.V.M. 
1970, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1974, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Quinn, Thomas J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.A. 1979, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1983, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Quitt, Leonard E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist (TMJ), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, Johns Hopkins 
University; D.D.S. 1943, University of Maryland. 

Rabiner, Edwin Lloyd. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1948, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1952, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Rabinowitz, Stephen H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1970, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rabkin, Richard. Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 

A. B. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 1957, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Rachele, Julian R. Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry. B.A. 
1934, New York University; M.S. 1935, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1939, New York University. 

Radin, Allen Robert. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Manhattan Eye, Ear and 
Throat Hospital. Adjunct Physician, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1977, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Radomisli, Aylin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1958, Istanbul University Medical School (Turkey); 
M.D. 1971, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). 



Faculty of the Medical College 187 



Radomisli, Michel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1951, Robert 
College (Turkey); A.M. 1958, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1962, New York University. 

Rafal, Richard. Assistant Professor of Radiology. Assistant 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979. 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1984, Medical College 
of Pennsylvania. 

Rafii, Shahin. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1986, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Raftery, Thomas Lawrence. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1958, Brown University; 
M.D. 1962, New York Medical College. 

Ragasa, Josephine P. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Anesthesiology. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1949, 
University of the Philippines; M.D. 1954, University of 
Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Raghavan, Vinitha. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 
1981, Guntur Medical College of Andhra University 
(India). 

Raice, Deborah L. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Yeshiva University, Stern College for Women; M.D. 
1983, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Rakowitz, Frederic. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1966, New York 
University; M.S. 1970, New York University; Ph.D. 
1973, New York University; M.D. 1978, Albany Medical 
College. 

Raman, Bharathi. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 
1973, Madras Medical College, University of Madras 
(India); M.D. 1978, Madras Medical College, University 
of Madras (India). 

Ramesar, Charles P. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1975, 
Queen's University (Canada). 

Ramirez de Arellano, Elizabeth Ann. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Tufts University; M.D. 
1981, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Ramos, Elizabeth. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1985, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Rampello, Isabella M. Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. A. A. 1972, Finch College; B.S. 1974, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1982, Chicago Medical School. 

Ranawat, Chitranjan Singh. Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1958, M.G.M. 
Medical College of the University of Indore (India), 
M.S. 1961, M.G.M. Medical College of the University of 
Indore (India). 



Rapaport, Robert. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1974, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Rapoport, Samuel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Cornell University; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College; Ph.D. 1978, 
Rockefeller University. 

Rappaport, Irwin. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician. New York Hospital. B.S. 1953, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1962, Medical College of 
Virginia. 

Rappaport, William James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Cornell University; M.D. 1983, 
Universidad del Noreste (Mexico). 

Rasweiler, John Jacob, IV. Associate Professor of Repro- 
ductive Biology in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

A. B. 1965, Colgate University; Ph.D. 1970, Cornell 
University. 

Rathnam, Premila. Associate Professor of Endocrinology in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1955, Madras 
University (India); M.S. 1962, University of Wisconsin; 
Ph.D. 1966, Seton Hall University. 

Rattazzi, Mario Cristiano. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. 
M.D. 1961, University of Naples Faculty of Medicine 
and Surgery (Italy). 

Rattner, Howard Mitchell. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1982, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Raw, Saul David. Clinical Instructor of Social Work in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1968, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.S.W. 1972, Hunter College, City University of 
New York. 

Rawlinson, Keith. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1967, St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medical 
College (United Kingdom). 

Ray, Bronson Sands. Professor Emeritus of Surgery. 

Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1924, Franklin 
College of Indiana; M.D. 1928, Northwestern University 
Medical School; D.Sc. 1950, Franklin College of 
Indiana. 

Ray, James Hubert. Assistant Professor of Genetics in 
Pediatrics. Allied Health Professions Adjunct Staff, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Murray 
State University; M.S. 1969, University of Kentucky; 
Ph.D. 1976, University of Houston. 

Rayson, Barbara Mary. Associate Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1972, University of Melbourne 
(Australia); Ph.D. 1976, University of Melbourne 
(Australia). 

Reader, George Gordon. Livingston Farrand Professor 
Emeritus of Public Health. Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1940, Cornell University; M.D. 1943, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Rebeta, James Lawrence. Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1969, Stonehill College; 1972, University of Notre 
Dame; M.A. 1985, American University; Ph.D. 1987, 
American University. 



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Recio-Pinto, Esperanza. Assistant Professor of Physiology 
in Anesthesiology. Assistant Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1979, Northeastern University; 
M.S. 1982, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, Columbia 
University. 

Reckler, Jon M. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1962, Harvard University; M.D. 1966, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Redd, William H. Professor of Clinical Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1964, College of William and Mary; 
M.A. 1966, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; 
Ph.D. 1969, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

Reddy, Gaddam D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Mary Immaculate 
Hospital. Attending Pediatrician. St. Johns Queens 
Hospital. FA. 1955, V.R. College (India); M.B.B.S. 1961, 
Andhra Medical College (India); M.D. 1964, Gandhi 
Medical College, Osmania University (India). 

Reding, Michael James. Assoc iate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. B.S. 1969, Benedictine College; M.D. 1973, 
University of Kansas Medical Center School of 
Medicine. 

Redo, S. Frank. Professor Emeritus of Surgery. Professor 
Emeritus of Surgery in Pediatric s Attending Surgeon. 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1942, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1950. Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Reed, Steven Gregory. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Microbiology in Medicine. B.A. 1973, Whitman College; 
M.S. 1977, University of Montana; Ph.D. 1979, 
University of Montana. 

Reeves, John P. Adjunct Associate Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1964, Juniata College; Ph.D. 1969, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Reggev, Avner. Assistant Professor of Medicine in 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Physician in Psychiatry, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Rehmar, Michael [, Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1946, Williams College; M.D. 1949, Columbia Univer- 
sity College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Reich, Lilian Maria. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1959. University of 
Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina); Ph.D. 
1961, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine 
(Argentina). 

Reich, Stephen. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. I960, Columbia University; M.B.A. 
1963, Columbia University; M.A. 1970, Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1972, Fordham University. 

Reichman, Bonnie S. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Cornell University; M.D. 1980, St. Louis Univer- 
sity School of Medicine. 

Reid, Carolyn Anne. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1970, 
University of Missouri; M.A. 1970, University of 
Missouri. 

Reidenbcrg, Marcus Milton. Assistant Dean. Professor of 
Pharmacology. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1958, Temple 
University School of Medicine. 



Reiman, Reuben Herbert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1947, Columbia University; M.D. 1951, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Reinach, Fernando C. Visiting Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.S. 1978, University ol Sao 
Paulo ( Brazil); M.S. 1980, University of Sao Paulo 
(Brazil); Ph.D. 1984, Cornell University. 

Reiner, Dan Seth. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1976, Washington University; 
M.D. 1980, St. Louis University School of Medicine. 

Reis, Donald J. George C. Cotzias Distinguished Professor 
of Neurology. Professor of Neurology in Psychiatry. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1956, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Reiser, Peter Matthew. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1968, Rutgers-The State University of 
New Jersey; M.D. 1972, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J.. N. J. Medical School. 

Reisman. Lonny. Clinical Instructor in Medicine (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1976, State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
M.D. 1981, Tel Aviv University Sackler School of 
Medicine (Israel). 

Rembar, James Carlson. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Sarah Lawrence 
College; M.A. 1976, University of Michigan; Ph.D. 1978, 
University of Michigan. 

Remigio. Paterno A. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Physician, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1956, University 
of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Reppucci, Vincent S. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist. New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Columbia University; M.D. 1983, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Resnick, Gene D. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1970, Cornell University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Reubins. Marc S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1968, Union College; M.D. 1974, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Reuter, Victor E. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, University of 
Puerto Rico; M.D. 1978, Pedro H. Urena National 
Llniversity (Dominican Republic). 

Revenson, Tracey A. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1977, Yale University; 
M.A. 1980, New York University; Ph.D. 1982, New 
York University. 

Reyes, Amelia N. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Maryknoll College 
( Philippines); M.A. 1965, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1976, University of the Philippines 
College of Medicine. 



Faculty of the Medical College 189 



Reznikoff. Marvin. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1948, City College, City University of New York; 
M.A. 1949, New York University; Ph.D. 1953, New 
York University. 

Rho, Dae-Sik. Clinical Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1962, Kyung Pook National University 
College of Medicine (Korea). 

Ricci, John L. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Senior 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Lehigh University; M.D. 1979, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Rich. Daniel Stephen. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1977, Harvard Medical School. 

Richard, Jack. Clinical Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Richman, Daniel I. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthe- 
siology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1981, University of Vermont; 
M.D. 1986, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Richmond, Stephen. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Cornell University; M.D. 1963, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Rick, Malcolm Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Chief Psychologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1959, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1964, Adelphi 
University. 

Rienzo, John Salvatore. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, La 
Guardia Hospital. B.A. 1942, St. John's University; M.D. 
1945, Medical College of Wisconsin. 

Rifkin, Terry. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1981, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rifkind, Arleen B. Professor of Pharmacology. Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1960, Bryn Mawr College; M.D. 1964, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rifkind, Richard A. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1952, Yale University; M.D. 1955, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rigas, Basil. Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Professor of Medicine in Microbiology. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1972, 
National University of Athens Faculty of Medicine 
(Greece); M.S.D. 1975, National University of Athens 
Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 

Rigas, James R. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical Assistant 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 1984, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 



Riggio, Robert Royce. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Biochemistry. Professor of 
Clinical Medicine in Surgery. Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1954, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1958, New York 
Medical College, 

Riker, Walter F . Jr. Revlon Pharmaceutical Professor 
Emeritus of Pharmacology and Toxicology. Honorary 
Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1939, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1943, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Riley, Lee Woodland. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Medicine in Microbiology. 
Assistant Attending Physician. New York Hospital. B.A. 
1972, Stanford University; M.D. 1978, University of 
California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. 

Rimnac, Clare Marie. Associate Professor of Applied 

Biomechanics in Surgery. Associate Scientist. Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.A. 1978, Carnegie-Mellon 
University; M.S. 1980, Lehigh University; Ph.D. 1983, 
Lehigh University. 

Risucci, Donald A. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Surgery. Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, St. Francis College; M.A. 1980, 
Hofstra University; Ph.D. 1983, Hofstra University. 

Ritter, Samuel B. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 

Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1976, 
University of Southern California School of Medicine. 

Rivelis, Marcos. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1963, University Nacional Rosario 
Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Rivlin, Richard S. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1955, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1959, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Rizzo, Thomas Dignan. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1953, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1956, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Robbins, David Bruce. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Union College; M.D. I960, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Robbins, Michael Jonathan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 
(Courtesy). Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Cardiologist, St. Johns 
Queens Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 

1977, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Robbins, Mitchell Andrew. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1975, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Robbins, Stewart Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Hofstra University; M.D. 

1978, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 



190 Faculty of the Medical College 



Robbins, William Clinton. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1942, Columbia University; M.D. 1945, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Roberts, Calvin W. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1974, Princeton University; M.D. 1978, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Roberts. Richard Bryant. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1955, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1959, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Roberts, Thomas Nelson. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1946, University of South Dakota; M.D. 
1948, Harvard Medical School. 

Robertson. Hugh D. Associate Professor of Biochemistry. 

B. A. 1964, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1969, Rockefeller 
University. 

Roch, James Jeremy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1977, Amherst 
College; M.A. 1984, University of Rochester; M.D. 1984, 
Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Rocha, Heonir. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. M.D. 1954, 
Federal University, Bahia (Brazil). 

Rochwarger, Arnold M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1964, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rockland, Lawrence Howard. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, Union College; M.D. 
1956, Albany Medical College. 

Rodman, John S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1966, Columbia University; M.D. 1970, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rodman, Toby C. Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.S. 1937, Philadelphia College of Pharma- 
cology and Science; M.S. 1961, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1963, New York University. 

Rodrigues, Roy John. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 
1979, Grant Medical College of Bombay University 
(India); M.D. 1982, Grant Medical College of Bombay 
University (India). 

Rodriguez, Rhina. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, St. Johns Queens Hospital. B.A. 
1974, University of Connecticut; M.D. 1979, Pedro H. 
Urena National University (Dominican Republic). 

Rodriguez-Boulan, Enrique Javier. Joseph C. Hinsey 
Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1963, 
University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Sciences 
(Argentina); M.D. 1969, University of Buenos Aires 
Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Roe, Daphne Anderson. Professor of Nutrition in 

Medicine. M.B.B.S. 1946, University of London (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1950, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 



Rogers, David Elliott. Walsh McDermott University 
Professor of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1948, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Rohrlich, Jay B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Williams College; M.D. 1967, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Roiphe, Jean Olivia. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1983, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Roistacher, Nancy. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hopsital. B.S. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 
1975, New York Medical College. 

Roman, Mary J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1980, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Romano, John F. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, St. 
Peter's College; M.D. 1973, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Romano, Patricia M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1974, Long Island University; M.D. 1979, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Romano, Steven J. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1981, Washington University; M.D. 1985, 
University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia. 

Romero, Phillip Earl. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1977, 
University of Texas Medical School, Houston. 

Roome. Norman Sterling. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 
1955, Columbia University; M.D. 1959, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Root, Jonathan D. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1982, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1986, University of 
Florida College of Medicine. 

Root, Leon. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, Rutgers-The State University of 
New Jersey; M.D. 1955, New York Medical College. 

Rosai, Juan. Professor of Pathology. Attending Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1956, Colegio 
Nacional Numero 9 (Argentina); M.D. 1961, University 
of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Rose, Howard Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1973, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1977, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Rosen, Carl S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A. 1954, Clark University; M.D. I960, University of 
Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Rosen, Paul Peter. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. I960, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1964, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Rosen, Stephen Gary. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. A.B. 1974, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1978, New York University School of Medicine. 

Rosenbaum, Kenneth J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. B.A. 1964, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1968, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Rosenbaum, Michael. Visiting Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Amherst College; M.D. 1982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Rosenberg, Alan S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Brown University; M.D. 1962, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Rosenberg, Asher. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1966, Cornell University; M.D. 1970, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Rosenberg, Kenneth Paul. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1983, Albert Einstein College 
of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rosenberg, Zeil B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. B.A. 1978, Stanford University; M.D. 1982, 
University of California, San Francisco, School of 
Medicine; M.P.H. 1985, Columbia University. 

Rosenblum, Andrew Steven. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1977, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Rosenblum, Marc. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist (Neuropathologist), 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1975, 
Yale University; M.D. 1979, University of Miami School 
of Medicine. 

Rosenbluth, Michael Albert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1952, University of Connecticut, 
Torrington; M.D. 1956, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Rosenfeld, David Louis. Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecolo- 
gist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1965, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1970, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Rosenfeld, Isadore. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1947, McGill University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1951, 
McGill University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Rosenfeld, Myrna Rachel. Assistant Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.S. 
1978, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University; M.D. 1985, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 



Rosenfeld, Suzanne. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Sarah Lawrence College; M.D. 1980, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Rosenfield, Nancy S. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1964, Smith College; 
M.D. 1968, New York University School of Medicine. 

Rosengart, Todd K. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Cardiothoracic). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 
1979, Northwestern University; M.D. 1983, Northwest- 
ern University Medical School. 

Rosenthal, Alan David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1958, Yale University; M.D. 1962, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 

Rosenthal, Elisabeth Lindsey. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1978, Stanford University; B.S. 1978, Stanford Univer- 
sity; M.A. 1980, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1986, Harvard Medical School. 

Rosenthal, Norman. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1939, Columbia University; M.D. 1943, 
Medical College of Virginia. 

Rosenwaks, Zev. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1972, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Rosh, Melvin Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Hamilton College; M.D. I960, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Rosner, Howard Lazar. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, University of Miami; M.D. 1980, 
University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Rosner, Ingrid Karen. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1972, Wayne State University School 
of Medicine. 

Ross, Albert M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1956, Swarthmore College; M.D. I960, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Ross, Gail S. Associate Professor of Psychology in 
Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Barnard College; M.A. 1969, 
University of Chicago; Ph.D. 1977, Harvard University. 

Ross, Gilbert L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1968, Cornell University; M.D. 1972, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Ross, John Munder. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Harvard 
University; M.A. 1973, New York University; Ph.D. 
1974, New York University. 

Rossi, Plinio. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Radiology. M.D. 
1952, University of Rome (Italy). 



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Rossi, Roscoe A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesi- 
ology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1953, Georgetown University; 
M.D. 1957, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Roth, David Mark. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1983, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Roth, Steven David. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. B.A. 1977, Columbia University; M.D. 1981, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rothaus, Kenneth Owen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1971, Yale 
University; M.D. 1975, Harvard Medical School. 

Rothbaum, David. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1978, New York University; M.D. 1982, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Rothbaum, Hal. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1982, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1984, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Rothe, Desider J. Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1961, 
University of Debrecien (Hungary). 

Rothenberg, Herbert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1948, New York University; 
M.D. 1952, University of Michigan Medical School. 

Rothenberg, Lawrence Neil. Associate Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. Associate Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1962, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.S. 1964, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison; Ph.D. 1970, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison. 

Rothermel, Constance Davis. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology in Medicine. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Microbiology. B.S. 1964, West Virginia University; 
M.S. 1967, University of North Carolina; Ph.D. 1980, 
Cornell University. 

Rothman, Lewis M. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. Attending, Radiology, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1961, Cornell University; M.D. 1965, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Rowan, Joseph Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Periodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1961, St. 
Michael's College; D.D.S. 1965, Georgetown University 
School of Dentistry. 

Rowntree, Ellen B. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, Wellesley College, M.D. 1968, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Roxland, Gary. Clinical Instructor in Medicine (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia University; M.D. 1966, 
Chicago Medical School. 



Rubenstein, Jack Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, New York University; 
M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Rubenstein, William Allan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1969, Washington University; M.D. 1973, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Rubin, Albert Louis. Professor of Biochemistry. Professor 
of Surgery. Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1950, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Rubin, Lori A. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, University of Michigan; M.D. 1982, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rubin, Michael. Assistant Professor of Neurology. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1978, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1982, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Rubin, Sherman Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1964, Dalhousie University (Canada); M.D. 1975, 
University of Brussels (Belgium). 

Rubin. Stephen Curtis. Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Franklin and Marshall College; 
M.D. 1976, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Rubinstein, Margot Susan. Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Barnard College; M.D. 1983, New 
York Medical College. 

Rubinstein, Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1964, New York University; M.D. 1971, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Ruchlin, Hirsch S. Professor of Economics in Public 

Health. Professor of Economics in Medicine. B.A. 1963, 
Yeshiva University; MA. 1965, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1969, Columbia University. 

Rudden, Marie G. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Yale University; M.D. 1977, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Ruder, Usha C. Assistant Professor of Pathology. Associate 
Attending Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.S. 1968, G.S. Seth 
Medical College of Bombay University (India). 

Rudin, Deborah Ellen. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1987, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Rudolph, Diane. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1985, Cornell University Medical College. 



Faculty of the Medical College 193 



Ruggiero, David Arniand. Associate Research Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1972, Queens College, City 
University of New York: M A. 1976, Columbia 
University; M.Phil. 1976, Columbia University; Ph.D. 

1977, Columbia University. 

Ruggiero, Joseph Thomas. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1973, Harvard University; M.D. 1977. 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rusch, Valerie Williams. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1971, Vassar College; M.D. 1975, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Rusk, Gary Hildebrand. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1965. Northwestern University; M.D. 
1969, Northwestern University Medical School. 

Ruskin, Richard A. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, Duke University; M.D. 
1944, Duke University School of Medicine. 

Russ, Mark Jack. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1976, Haverford College; M.D. 1980, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Russo, Carlo. Associate Professor of Medicine. M.D. 1977, 
University of Genoa (Italy). 

Russo, Pamela G. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1978, Harvard University; M.P.H. 1983, University of 
California, Berkeley; M.D. 1983, University of Califor- 
nia, San Francisco, School of Medicine. 

Russo, Paul. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1975, Colgate University; M.D. 1979, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Russo, Raymond Michael. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, Catholic Medical Center of 

Brooklyn and Queens. A.B. 1955, Brown University; 

M.D. I960, University of Bologna Faculty of Medicine 

and Surgery (Italy). 
Russo, Roseann M. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 1981, 

Manhattan College; M.D. 1985, State University of New 

York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 
Rutherford, George Williams, III. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Pediatrics. A.B. 1974, Stanford University; 

B.S. 1975, Stanford University; A.M. 1975, Stanford 

University; M.D. 1978, Duke University School of 

Medicine. 

Rutkovsky, Edward. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1980, State University of New York at 
Albany; M.D. 1984, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Ryan, Samuel Francis. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1952, Trinity 
College, University of Dublin (Ireland); M.A. 1954, 
Trinity College, University of Dublin (Ireland); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1954, Trinity College, University of Dublin 
(Ireland). 

Saad, Anuradha D. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1982, University of Chicago. 



Saal, Stuart David. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1967, Hobart and William Smith College; M.D. 1971, 

New York Medical College. 
Saary, Zoltan I. Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 

Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1958, 

University of Szeged (Hungary). 
Sabapathy, Hemalatha. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 

Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 

Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 

Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 

1971, Grant Medical College of Bombay University 

(India). 

Sabet, Reza. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. M.D. 1965, 
University of Teheran (Iran). 

Sackin, Henry J. Associate Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1970, Brown University; B.S. 1970, 
Brown University; M.S. 1971, Brown University; Ph.D. 
1978, Yale University. 

Sacks, Bruce Warren. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1983, State University of New York at Albany; 
M.D. 1987, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sacks, Evan Hilary. Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1979, 
Brown University; M.D. 1983, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Sacks, Michael H. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Williams 
College; B.A. 1963, Oxford University (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1967, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Sacks, Robert Steven. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.E. 1965, Stevens Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1975, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Sadick, Neil Scott. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, State Univer- 
sity of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1977, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Sadjadi, Mostafa R. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. M.D. 1970, Teheran Medical School (Iran). 

Safai, Bijan. Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1965, University of 
Teheran (Iran); D.M.Sc. 1981, University of Goteborg 
(Sweden). 

Sager, Clifford J. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1937, Pennsylva- 
nia State University; M.D. 1941, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Sagi, George Andras. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1984, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



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Saha, Chanchal Kumar. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.S. 1968, University of Delhi 
(India); M.B.B.S. 1986, Calcutta University Medical 
College (India). 

Sahdev, Indira. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1969, M.G.M. Medical College of the 
University of Indore (India). 

Saigo, Patricia Emiko. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1963, Barnard College; 
M.D. 1969, Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

St. Germain, Jean. Assistant Professor of Physics in Clinical 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1966, Marymount 
Manhattan College; M.S. 1967, Rutgers-The State 
University of New Jersey. 

Saint Louis, Leslie Anthony. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. B.S. 1970, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; 
M.D. 1977, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Salbe, Arline D. Assistant Professor of Nutrition in 

Medicine. B.A. 1968, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.S. 1983, University of California, 
Berkeley; Ph.D. 1986, LIniversity of California, 
Berkeley. 

Salemi, Mozafar. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and 
Queens. M.D. 1964, Teheran Medical School (Iran). 

Salerno, Joseph John. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, New York University; M.D. 1981, 
Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Salmon, Jane Eva. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York University; M.D. 1978, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Saltzman, Herbert P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1967, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. 1969, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Saltzman, Steven Paul. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Pennsylvania; 
D.D.S. 1979, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Dentistry. 

Salvati, Eduardo Agustin. Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. M.D. 1963, University 
Nacional La Plata Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Salzer, Richard Louis, Jr. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1969, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1973, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Sama, Andrew E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia University; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Samberg, Eslee. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1974, Harvard University; M.D. 1978, Cornell 
University Medical College. 



Samet, Charles Merle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1948, University of Minnesota, 
Twin Cities; B.S. 1950, University of Minnesota, Twin 
Cities; M.B. 1952, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; 
M.D. 1953, University of Minnesota Medical School. 

Samios, George K. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1952, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1958, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Samiy, Abdol H. Professor of Clinical Medicine in 

Psychiatry. Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, Stanford 
University; M.A. 1952, University of California, Los 
Angeles; M.D. 1956, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Sammaritano, Lisa Rose. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1985, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Sanborn, Kevin V. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1969, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1973, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Sanborn, Timothy Allen. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of 
Wisconsin; M.S. 1976, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 
1977, Northwestern University Medical School. 

Sandberg, Larry S. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1979, Columbia 
LIniversity; M.D. 1983, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Sanders, Charles. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. Honorary 
Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1951, LIniversity of 
Texas; M.D. 1955, University of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School. 

Sanders, Elissa Meryl. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1985, Boston 
University; M.D. 1985, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Sanders-Laufer, Deborah A. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Vanderbilt University; M.D. 1983, 
Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Sanderson, Cynthia J. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Kentucky; M.A. 1983, 
University of Kentucky; Ph.D. 1987, University of 
Kentucky. 

Sandhaus, Jeffrey J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Cour- 
tesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1966, New York Medical College. 

Santini, Diana Lee. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Santos-Buch, Charles Augusto. Professor of Pathology. 

Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953. 

Harvard University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University 

Medical College. 
Santucci, Thomas, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Attending Physician, Jamaica Hospital. B.A. 

1960, New York University; M.D. 1964, New York 

University School of Medicine. 



Faculty of the Medical College 195 



Sassa, Shigeru. Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine. 
B.A. 1957, University of Tokyo (Japan); M.D. 1961, 
University of Tokyo (Japan); Ph.D. 1966, University of 
Tokyo (Japan). 

Sassoon, Robert Isaac. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1981, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Sastre, Antonio. Adjunct Associate Professor of Pharmacol- 
ogy. B.A. 1970, Cornell University; M.S. 1973, Cornell 
University; Ph.D. 1974, Cornell University. 

Saul. Barry Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1968, Albright College; M.D. 1972, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Savarese, John Joseph. Joseph F. Artusio, Jr., Professor of 
Anesthesiology (chairman). Anesthesiologist-in-Chief, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, Iona College; M.D. 
1965, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Savillo. Robert Louis. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Savino, Michael Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology). 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, Richmond College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Savits, Barry Sorrel. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1955, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1959, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Sawyer, David H. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Swarthmore 
College; M.D. 1977, New York Medical College. 

Saxena, Brij B. Professor of Endocrinology in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. B.S. 1949, University of Lucknow 
(India); M.S. 1951, University of Lucknow (India); 
Ph.D. 1954, University of Lucknow (India); D.Sc. 1957, 
F. Wilhelms University, Muenster (West Germany); 
Ph.D. 1961, University of Wisconsin. 

Sayegh, Henri. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy. Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1971, Damascus University 
(Syria). 

Scarlata, Suzanne Frances. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1979, Temple University; M.S. 1983. 
University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1984, University of Illinois. 

Scarpelli, Emile Michael. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1951, Fordham University; M.D. I960, Duke 
University School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1962, Duke 
University. 

Schackman, Lynn Debra. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Yale 

University; M.D. 1978, Columbia University College of 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Schaefer, George. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. B.S. 1933, New York University; M.D. 

1937, Cornell University Medical College. 
Schaefer, John Andrew. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 

Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1968, University of Melbourne 

(Australia). 



Schaefer, Robert Anthony. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Yale University; M.D. 1963, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Schafer, Roy. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in Psychia- 
try. B.S. 1943, City College, City University of New 
York; M.A. 1947, University of Kansas; Ph.D. 1950, 
Clark University. 

Schantz, Stimson Pryor. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1970, Harvard University; M.D. 

1975, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 
Schattman, Glenn Lewis. Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1983, St. 
Lawrence University; M.D. 1987, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schattner, Elaine Jean. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1982, 
Yale University; M.D. 1987, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Schatzman, Stanley. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital 

A. B. 1966, Indiana University; M.D. 1970, Wayne State 
University School of Medicine. 

Schecter, Alan Jeffrey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1972, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1976, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Scheer, Max S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, New York University; M.D. 1975, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Scheer, Melissa Rae. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1981, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1986, New York 
Medical College. 

Scheidt, Stephen. Assistant Dean. Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1960, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1965, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schein, Jonah W. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
A.B. 1965, Columbia University; M.D. 1969, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Scheinberg, David A. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1983, Johns Hopkins LIniversity School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1983, Johns Hopkins University. 

Scheiner, Stuart L. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. B.A. 1949, Syracuse University; M.S. 1964, 
University of Minnesota; M.D. 1954, Howard University 
College of Medicine. 

Scher, Corey S. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Tulane LIniversity; 
M.D. 1980, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Scher, Howard Isador. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1972, Bates College; M.D. 

1976, New York University School of Medicine. 



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Scherr, Lawrence. Associate Dean. David J. Greene 
Distinguished Professor of Medicine at North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1957, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Scherzer, Alfred Leonard. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 
Adjunct Professor of Public Health. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1949, Columbia 
University; M.S.P.H. 1950, Columbia University; Ed.D. 
1954, Columbia University, Teachers College; M.A. 
1957, Yale University; M.D. 1963, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schiff, Mark J. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1972, Boston University; M.D. 1972, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Schiff, Russell J. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Sophie Davis School of Biomedical 
Education, City University of New York; M.D. 1981, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook Health 
Science Center. 

Schlam, Florence W. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1947, Oberlin College; M.D. 1951, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schlefer, Ellen K. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, University 
College of North Wales (United Kingdom); M.S. 1981, 
Tuskegee Institute; M.D. 1985, University of Alabama 
School of Medicine. 

Schlegel, Peter N. Assistant Professor of Surgery (Urology). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1979, Hamilton College; M.D. 1983, 
University of Massachusetts Medical School. 

Schleifer, Leonard Steven. Clinical Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1973, Cornell University; M.D. 1977, 
University of Virginia School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1980, 
University of Virginia. 

Schlesinger, Herbert J. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1942, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; Ph.D. 1952, University of Kansas. 

Schlesinger, Irwin D. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1956, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1961, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Schlessel, Jerrold S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, Washington 
University; M.D. 1974, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Schley, William Shain. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology (acting chairman). Associate 
Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1962, Emory University; M.D. 1966, Emory 
University School of Medicine. 

Schlussel, Yvette R. Assistant Professor of Sociology in 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Sociology in Public 
Health. B.A. 1977, Brooklyn College, City University of 
New York; M.A. 1977, Columbia University; M.Phil. 
1981, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1986, Columbia 
University. 



Schmalzer, Emily Ann. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Radcliffe College; M.D. 1970, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Schmelkin, Ira Jay. Clinical Instructor in Medicine- 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1982, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1984, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Schmerin, Michael Joel. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1969, University of Virginia; M.D. 1973, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Schmugler, Joan. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1965, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1969, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Schnader, Jeffrey Yale. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
B.A. 1975, Columbia College; M.D.C.M. 1979, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Schnapp, Max. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York University; 
M B. B.S. 1953, University of Melbourne (Australia); 
M.A. 1954, New York University. 

Schneider, Linda Helen. Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. B.A. 1962, Mount Holyoke College; M.A. 

1968, New York University; Ph.D. 1983, New York 
University. 

Schneider, Marcie Beth. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Brown University; M.D. 1983, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Schneider, Robert. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1964, Columbia University; M.D. 

1969, New York Medical College. 
Schneider, Steven J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Manhattan Eye, 
Ear and Throat Hospital. Associate Physician, Lenox 
Hill Hospital. B.A. 1972, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1976, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Scholl, Gerald Martin. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, State University of New York at 
Buffalo; M.D. 1973, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Schomer, Jesse. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1948, Columbia University; M.D. 1952, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Schongalla, Ann. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Yale Univer- 
sity; M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical College. 

Schore, Arthur H. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B. A. I960, New York University; M.D. 1965, Chicago 
Medical School. 



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Schori, Melissa Paterno. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Hunter College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Schork. Edward Joseph, Jr. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psycholo- 
gist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Haverford College; 
Ph.D. 1984, University of Minnesota 

Schorr, Ethlynn Susan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Barnard College; M.S. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons; M.D. 1981, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Schreiber, Carl Selig. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Emory University; M.D. 1979, 
Medical College of Georgia. 

Schreiber, Robert Tad. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Emory University; M.D. 
1980, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Schron, Deborah S. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1976, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1980, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Schubert, Edward Thomas. Associate Professor of 

Biochemistry in Clinical Pathology. Associate Professor 
of Clinical Biochemistry. Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry in Pediatrics. B.S. 1949, Fordham 
University; M.S. 1952, Fordham University; Ph.D. 1959, 
Fordham University. 

Schulman, Ira Cliff. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1970, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey; M.D. 
1974, New York University School of Medicine. 

Schulman, Norman H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Attending, Surgery, Lenox 
Hill Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1961, Tufts University; M.D. 
1965, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Schulman, Philip. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1974, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Schulman, Walter Bernard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1959, New York 
University; M.D. 1963, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schultz, Jean Eunice. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Bates College; M.D. 
1956, Medical College of Pennsylvania; M.P.H. I960, 
Columbia University; M.S. 1967, Columbia University. 

Schultz, Elizabeth. Assistant Professor of Radiology. B.S. 
1973, St. Peter's College; M.D. 1977, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Schuman, Robert William. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1985, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1989, Duke University 
School of Medicine. 



Schuster, Michael Walter. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1977, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1980, 
Dartmouth Medical School. 

Schutz, James Scott. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. Consultant. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1965, Yale University; 
M.D. 1969, Harvard Medical School. 

Schuyler, Leonard H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1936, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1950, Duke University School of 
Medicine. 

Schwab, Ida Ellen. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1976, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Schwab, Marilyn. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1954, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Schwab, Rise Associate Professor of Immunology in 
Medicine. B.S. 1971, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1981, Cornell University. 

Schwager, Robert G. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of Virginia; M.D. 
1967, Cornell University Medical College. 

Schwartz, Arthur Maxwell. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1941, University of Cincinnati, M.D. 1943, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Doris R. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Nursing in Public Health. B.S. 1953, New York 
University; M.A. 1958, New York University. 

Schwartz, Ernest. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1945, Columbia University; A.M. 1950, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1951, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schwartz, Eugene David. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1943, University of Virginia; M.D. 1947, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Evan G. Assistant Professor of Surgery (( )rthope- 
dics). Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, St. 
Johns Queens Hospital. Assistant Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S. 1976, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. L981, Male 
University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Fred. Associate Professor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, City College, City University of 
New York; M.A. 1952, City College, City University of 
New York; Ph.D. 1959, University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst. 

Schwartz, Fred Sheldon. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.A. 1965, Hamilton College; M.D. 1969, 

Albany Medical College. 
Schwartz, Gary K. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical Assistant 

Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 

B.A. 1979, Haverford College; M.D. 1983, Albany 

Medical College. 



198 Faculty of the Medical College 



Schwartz, Lawrence Howard. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1986, Boston 
University; M.D. 1986, Boston University School of 
Medicine. 

Schwartz, Natalie Star. Assistant Professor of Medicine- 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 1981, 
State University of New York at Buffalo. 

Schwartz, Paul C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia University; M.D. 1966, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Paula R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1980, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Peter L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1970, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Robert E. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Senior 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Michigan State University; M.D. 
1979, Rush Medical College. 

Schwartzman, Sergio. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Scileppi, Kenneth Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Scimeca, Philip G. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University- 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, St. John's University; M.D. 1979, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Sciafani, Lisa M. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1978, New York University; M.D. 1982, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Scofield, Richard Francis. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1977, Columbia University; M.S. 1982, Case Western 
Reserve University; M.D. 1988, Case Western Reserve 
University School of Medicine. 

Scott, Rachelle Anne. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Medicine in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 
1973, Vassar College; M.D. 1976, New York Medical 
College. 

Scotto, Anthony William. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry in Medicine. Associate Research Professor 
of Biochemistry. B.A. 1969, C.W. Post College; M.S. 
1970, Long Island University; Ph.D. 1978, St. John's 
University. 



Screnci, Catherine R. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician. North Shore- 
University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Immaculata College; 
M.D. 1981, Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore Faculty 
of Medicine (Italy). 

Sculco, Thomas Peter. Professor of Clinical Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Surgeon (Orthope- 
dic Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1965. Brown 
University; M.D. 1969, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Sealey, Jean E. Research Professor of Physiology in 

Medicine. Research Professor of Medicine in Physiol- 
ogy and Biophysics. B.S. 1959, University of Glasgow 
(United Kingdom); D.Sc. 1974, University of Glasgow 
( I nited Kingdom) 

Seaman, George M. Clinical Instaictor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1979, University of Rochester; M.D. 1983. Tel Aviv 
University Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Sedlis, Melissa Matthews. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Adjunct Pediatrician, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, St. John's College; M.D. 1977, 
Ohio State University College of Medicine. 

Seed, William Tripler. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1954, Williams College; M.D. 1962, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Seelye, Edward Eggleston. Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1948, Columbia University; M.D. 1955, 
Albany Medical College. 




Faculty of the Medical College 199 



Segal, Sheldon Jerome. Adjunct Professor of Pharmacol- 
ogy. B.A. 1947, Dartmouth College; M.S. 1951, 
University of Iowa; Ph.D. 1952, University of Iowa. 

Seideman, Bruce Andrew. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1981, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 
M.D. 1981, Albany Medical College. 

Seides, S. Warren. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychia- 
try. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Yale University; M.D. 1958, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Seidman, Steven Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1974, State University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 
1978, State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Seif. Martin N. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1968, University of Michigan; M A. 1973, Yeshiva 
University; Ph.D. 1976, Yeshiva University. 

Seitzman, Peter Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1974, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Sekaran, Chitra. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, Maulana Azad Medical College 
(India). 

Selby, Henry. Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1940, Louisiana State 
University; M.D. 1943, Louisiana State University 
School of Medicine, New Orleans. 

Seldon, Mark Andrew. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 
(Courtesy). Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1972, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Selesnick, Samuel H. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. B.A. 1981, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1985, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Seligmann, Arthur W. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1933, Columbia University; M.D. 1937, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Selzer, Michael A. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, Stanford University; M.D. I960, 
Western Reserve University. 

Semashko, Denise Carol. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1976, Fordham University; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Senterfit, Laurence B. Professor of Microbiology. Professor 
of Pathology. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, University of Florida; M.S. 1950, 
University of Florida; Sc.D. 1955, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 



Senturia, Sam. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, Yale 
University; M.D. 1985, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Sepkowitz, Kent Arthur. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Oklahoma; M.D. 
1980, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

Serdakowska, Alina A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1958, Academy of Medicine, Warsaw (Poland). 

Serdarevic, Olivia Natalie. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1980, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Setzen, Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1974, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Sevcik, Ludovit. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anesthesiol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1962, Comenius University, Bratislava (Czechoslo- 
vakia). 

Severino, Sally K. Associate Professor of Clinical Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Wichita State University; M A. 
1965, Columbia University; M.D. 1970, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Sferra, George. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 
Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Periodontist), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of Dayton; D.D.S. 
1975, University of Michigan (Dearborn). 

Sgaglione, Nicholas A. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1979, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1983, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Shafer, Donald McKay. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Ophthalmology. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1932, Columbia University; M.D. 1936, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Shaftel, Peter Adam. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Brown University; M.D. 1986, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Shah, Jatin P. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.B.B.S. 1964, Baroda University Medical College 
(India); M.S. 1967, Baroda University Medical College 
(India). 

Shah, Rajendra C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1971, St. Johns Medical College of Bangalore University 
(India). 

Shalette, Benson Howard. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1956, 
Swarthmore College; M.D. I960, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Shamoian, Charles Anthony. Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1954, Clark University; M.A. 1956, Clark Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. I960, Tufts University; M.D. 1966, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 



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Shamoun, Edward Simon. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1948, Sorbonne University (France); M.D. 1956, 
University of Paris Medical School (France). 

Shamsian, Saed, Clinical Instructor in Surgery- (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1977, University of Teheran Faculty of 
Medicine (Iran ). 

Shapiro. Arthur Howard. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Senior Assistant Attending Obstetri- 
cian and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1945, New York University; M.D. 1948, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Shapiro, David A. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychia- 
try. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. I960, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1964, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Shapiro, Harvey N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1945, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1948, New York University School of Medicine. 

Shapiro, Theodore. Professor of Psychiatry. Professor of 
Psychiatry in Pediatrics. Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1953, Wesleyan 
University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Shappell, Stephen Daniel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1961, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1965, Cornell University Medical College. 

Sharif, Setareh. Instructor in Surgery (Neurosurgery). B.S. 
1974, Faculty of Medicine, Tabriz (Iran); M.S. 1978, 
University of Teheran (Iran); Ph.D. 1986, Southern 
Illinois University. 

Sharrock, Nigel Edmund. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1970, University of Otago 
Medical School (New Zealand); M.B.B.Ch. 1971, 
University of Otago Medical School (New Zealand). 

Shea, Christopher Richard. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Pathology. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Brown 
University; M.D. 1983, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Sheard, Charles. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1939, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 

(Canada). 

Sheinbaum, William Mark. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 
1982, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Sheinfeld, Joel. Assistant Professor of Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Urology), Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1976, Cornell University; M.D. 
1981, University of Florida College of Medicine. 

Shepherd, Gillian Mary. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1970, Wheaton College; M.D. 1976, New 
York Medical College. 

Shepp, David Hall. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Hamilton College; M.D. 1979, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 



Sheppard, Beverly Anita. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1975, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1979, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sherman, Raymond L. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1956, Columbia University; M.D. 1961, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Sherman, Scott Jeffrey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Northwestern University; M.D. 
1979, Northwestern University Medical School. 

Sherr, David Lloyd. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1981, 
Albert Finstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
I Iniversity. 

Sherwin, Andrew S. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1935, New York University; M.D. 1939, 
University of Michigan Medical School. 

Sherwin, Steven R. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1974, New York University; M.D. 1979, University of 
North Carolina School of Medicine. 

Sherwood, Jeffrey M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1969, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Sheu, Kwan-Fu Rex. Adjunct Associate Research Professor 
of Biochemistry in Neuroscience. B.S. 1971, National 
Taiwan University; Ph.D. 1978, Ohio State University. 

Shevchuk, Maria M. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pathology. Attending, Pathology, Lenox Hill Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Fordham University; M.D. 1974, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Shevde, Nirmala Kata. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1971, Makerere 

University (Uganda). 
Shifrin, Harold. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 

Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 

1946, City College, City University of New York; M.D. 

1949, University of Kansas Medical Center School of 

Medicine. 

Shike, Moshe. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1975, Tel Aviv University 
Sackler School of Medicine (Israel). 

Shils, Maurice Edward. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1937, Johns Hopkins University; Sc.D. 
1940, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1958, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Shin, Choon S. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1965, Chonnam 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Shires, G. Thomas. Adjunct Professor of Surgery. M.D. 
1948, University of Texas Southwestern Medical 
School. 



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Shookster, Linda A. Clinical Instaictor in Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Hospital. 

A. B. 1977, Princeton University; M.D. 1981, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Shorofsky, Morris Aaron. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Cornell University; M.D. 1959, 
University of Basel, Faculty of Medicine (Switzerland). 

Shorser, James David. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Union College; M.D. 1983, New 
York Medical College. 

Short, Charles E. Professor of Anesthesiology. D.V.M. 1958, 
Auburn University; M.S. 1971, Baylor College of 
Medicine. 

Shukla, Mohini. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Senior 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M B. B.S. 1975, Medical College Barod M.S. 
University (India I 

Shulman, Bruce S. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1973, State University of New York at Albany; M.D. 
1977, State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Shulman, Howard. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1956, State University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 
I960, Chicago Medical School. 

Sia, Concepcion Go. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1967. University of Santo 
Tomas ( Philippines). 

Sia-Kho, Edwina. Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesi- 
ology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1963, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines); 
M.D. 1968, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Sicher, Pamela Felder. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Sarah 
Lawrence College; M.D. 1981, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Sickles, Mary. Clinical Instaictor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Sicuranza, Bernard J. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. 
B.N.S. 1946, Holy Cross College; M.D. 1955, University 
of Rome (Italy). 

Sidel, Victor William. Adjunct Professor of Public Health. 
A.B. 1953, Princeton University; M.D. 1957, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Siegel, Jeffrey Lewis. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1980, Brown University; M.D. 1983, 
Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Siegel, Karolynn. Clinical Associate Professor of Sociology 
in Public Health. B.A. 1971, Skidmore College; Ph.D. 
1976, New York University. 

Siegel, Sidney James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1933, Dalhousie 
University (Canada); M.D. 1938, Dalhousie University 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 



Siegel. Stephen Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Adelphi University; 
M.D. 1971, Medical College of Virginia. 

Sigelman, Jesse L. Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthal- 
mology. Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1967, Haverford College; M.D. 
1971, Harvard Medical School. 

Sigler, Richard A. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental and 
Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist (Orthodontist). New 
York Hospital. B.A. I960, Hofstra University; D.D.S. 
1964, Temple University School of Dentistry. 

Sikder, Santosh K. Assistant Professor of Microbiology in 
Medicine. B.S. 1969, Dhaka University (Bangladeshi; 
M.S. 1970, Dhaka University (Bangladesh); Ph.D. 1981, 
Jadavpur Universiity (India). 

Silagi, Selma. Professor Emeritus of Genetics in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. B.A. 1936. Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.A. 1938, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia University. 

Silane, Michael Francis. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1969, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Silbersweig, David Alan. Instructor in Psychiatry. Instructor 
in Neurology and Neuroscience. Clinical Affiliate, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1982, Dartmouth College; M.D. 
1986, Cornell University Medical College. 

Silbert, Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1948, Columbia University; M.D. 1952, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Silver, Hilton. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. M B. B.S. I960, University of Witwatersrand 
(South Africa). 

Silver, Jack. Professor of Cellular Biology in Medicine. 
Research Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1966, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; Ph.D. 1971, Boston University. 

Silver, Laurence D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist. Manhattan 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. B.A. 1964, Ohio State 
University; M.D. 1969, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Silver, Randi B. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1979, Brown University; Ph.D. 1986, 
Skidmore College. 

Silver, Richard T. Clinical Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Silverberg, Mervin. Jack Hausman Professor of Pediatrics at 
North Shore LIniversity Hospital. Attending Pediatri- 
cian, North Shore University Hospital. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1950, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1954, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Silverman, Frederick. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1949, Emory University; M.D. 
1953, Indiana University School of Medicine. 



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Silverman, Gerald Murray. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1953, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Silverman, Matthew Neil. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1977, Lafayette College; M.D. 1982, New York Medical 
College. 

Silverman, Ronald Howard. Assistant Professor of 
Computer Science in Ophthalmology. B.S. 1967, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; M.S. 

1981, Polytechnic Institute of New York; Ph.D. 1990, 
Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Silverstein, David C. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1947, University of Toronto 
(Canada); M.D. 1951, University of Toronto Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Silverstein, Roy L. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Associate Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1975, Brown University; M.D. 1979, Emory University 
School of Medicine. 

Simhaee, Eskandar Jacob. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 

1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Simmons, Tobianne. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Biochemist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1964, Barnard College; 
M.S. 1966, University of Denver; Ph.D. 1971, University 
of Pennsylvania. 

Simon, Harvey J. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1972, New York Medical College. 

Simon, Howard B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1945, Yale University; M.D. 1948, Yale University 
School of Medicine; M.S. 1955, University of Minne- 
sota. 

Simpser. Edwin F. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1982, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Simson, Jerome. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1941, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1944, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Singer, Jonathan Eric. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; M.D. 1981, George Washington University School 
of Medicine. 

Singh, Jasjit. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
A.B. 1982, Harvard University; M.D. 1986, Duke 
University School of Medicine. 



Singh, Malathy. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 

Pediatrics. B.S. 1961, Madras University (India); M.S. 

1965, University of Baroda (India); Ph.D. 1971, 

University of Delhi (India). 
Singh, Mukul. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. M.B.B.S. 1972, Banaras Hindu Univeristy, 

Varanasi (India). 
Singh. Rampaul Gulshan. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Sc.B. 1983, 

Brown University; M.D. 1987, Baylor College of 

Medicine. 

Sinha, Dinesh Chandra. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1957, Prince of Wales Medical College, Patna Univer- 
sity (India); M.D. 1963, Prince of Wales Medical 
College, Patna University (India). 

Sinsheimer, Lisa Meshier. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1978, Princeton University; M.D. 1982, University of 
Texas Health Sciences Center. 

Sirey, Jo Anne. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1983, 
Clark University; M.A. 1989, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1990, City College, City 
University of New York. 

Sirlin, Julio Leo. Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy. 
Professor of Cell Biology in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. D.Sc. 1954, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Sciences (Argentina). 

Siskind, Gregory William. Associate Dean. Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1955, Cornell University; M.D. 1959, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Sitnick, Toby I. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Allied Health Professions Adjunct Staff, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, University 
of Maryland, Baltimore; M.A. 1977, California School of 
Professional Psychology, Los Angeles; Ph.D. 1979, 
California School of Professional Psychology, Los 
Angeles. 

Skinner, David B. Professor of Surgery. Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1958, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1959, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Sklansky, Bernard Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1965, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 1969, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Sklar, Charles A. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending Pediatri- 
cian, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, George 
Washington University; M.D. 1974, University of 
Southern California School of Medicine. 

Skog, Donald R. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1967, Colgate University; M.D. 1971, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 



Faculty of the Medical College 203 



Skupski. Daniel W Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1980, Albion College; M.D. 
1985, University of Michigan Medical School. 

Slater, Beatrice S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Emeritus 
Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1928, Hunter College, 
City University of New York; M.S. 1932, New York 
University; M.D. 1940, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Slater, Robert James. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. M.D. 
1946, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada); B.A. 1948, University of Toronto (Canada). 

Slepian, Ralph Lee. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.S. 1978, Nassau Community College; B.A. 
1980, Hofstra University; M.D. 1984, Medical College of 
Wisconsin. 

Slepowitz, Gary. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1975, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Sloate, Phyllis L. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1973, Sarah Lawrence College; Ph.D. 1981, City 
College, City University of New York. 

Slonim, Alfred E. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1958, University of 
Melbourne (Australia). 

Sloyer, Alan F. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore LIniversity 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Hofstra University; M.D. 1982, 
State University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Small, Marvin. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1948, New York University; M.D. 1952, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Small, Trudy Nan. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1975, State University of New York 
at Albany; M.D. 1979, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Smar, Michael David. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Physician Adjunct Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Concordia University (Canada); 
M.D. CM. 1979, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Smith, Barry Hamilton. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1965, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1968, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1972, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Smith, Clayton A. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1979, Rice University, M.D. 1984, 
Southwestern Medical College. 

Smith, David Israel. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, 
Union College; M.D. 1956, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Smith, Gerard P. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 

Psychiatrist (Behavioral Science), New York Hospital 

B. S. 1956, St. Joseph's University; M.D. I960, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



Smith, James P. Clinical Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1956, Georgetown 
University; M.D. I960, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Smith, James Walter. Clinical Professor of Surgery (Plastic 
Surgery). Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, Western Reserve University; 
M.D. 1952, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Smith. Thomas Edward. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1981, University of Michigan; M.D. 1985, Wayne 

State University School of Medicine. 
Smithen, Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1961, University of Manitoba (Canada); M.D. 1965, 

University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 
Smolow, Craig R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B.S. 1974, Pennsylvania State University; M.D. 1978, 

Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson 

University. 

Snart, Alan Gayton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1957, St. Bartholomew's Hospital 
Medical College (United Kingdom); M.D. 1964, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Snow, Margaret E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Clark University; Ph.D. 
1981, University of Chicago. 

Snow, Robert Bartley. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Neurosurgery). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 
1974, Syracuse University; A.M. 1976, University of 
Chicago; Ph.D. 1980, University of Chicago; .M.D. 1981, 
Stanford University School of Medicine. 

So, Henry Beyaojo. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore LIniversity Hospital. 
M.D. 1959, LIniversity of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Soave, Rosemary. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Public Health. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1970, Fordham University; M.D. 1976, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Sobel, Lawrence Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1974, Medical 
College of Virginia. 

Sobin, Leslie Howard. Adjunct Professor of Pathology, B.S. 
1955, Union College; M.D. 1959, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Soffer, Richard L. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 

Biochemistry. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 1958, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Softness, Barney. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Amherst College; M.D. 1980, Columbia LIniversity 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Sogani, Pramod Chandra. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. I960, M.G.M. 
Medical College of the University of Indore (India); 
M.S. 1964, M.G.M. Medical College of the University of 
Indore (India). 

Sohn, Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending, Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 
1959, City College, City University of New York; M I). 
1963, New York University School of Medicine. 

Sokol, Mac Sandra. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital 
B.S. 1972, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1980, University of Louvain (Belgium) 

Solaimanzadeh, Khalil. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 

1969, University of Isfahan Faculty of Medicine (Iran). 
Soletic, Raymond Luke. Clinical Instructor in 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1982, Universidad Autonoma 
de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Soletsky, Louis M. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician. North S